UK start-up Urban-Air Port today (Sep 16) unveiled plans to develop 65 electric urban airports worldwide to meet growing demand for e-mobility in the aviation sector – and the first site in Coventry, UK is set to be powered by hydrogen.
Working in partnership with Hyundai Motor Group’s Urban Air Mobility Division, the two companies will establish a global network of urban airports and provide the essential infrastructure to unlock clean urban air mobility worldwide.
AFC Energy said it will lease a zero-emission hydrogen generator to Urban Air-Port for the first site in Coventry, dubbed Air-One, to support the power needs of vehicle charging infrastructure.
Air-One, expected to open in 2022, will be the first of 200 sites Urban-Air Port wants to develop in the next five years.
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