£3.1m awarded to Cranfield University Net Zero Research Airport project

Cranfield University in the UK has been awarded £3.1m ($3.79m) to advance its sustainable aviation research, The Net Zero Research Airport project, with hydrogen a major focus.

H2 View understands that the funding will see a solar-powered hydrogen electrolyser, to supply fuel-cell aircraft research, ground operations vehicles, as well as hydrogen internal combustion engines (ICE) and gas turbine combustors.

Additionally, the Net Zero Research Airport project plans to source mobile hydrogen compression and vehicle refuelling system to support research projects across the Cranfield campus.

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