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Airbus establishes new Spanish subsidiary to explore hydrogen technologies
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Airbus establishes new Spanish subsidiary to explore hydrogen technologies

Airbus continues to explore hydrogen technologies in the aviation industry and will accelerate its research with a new Spanish-based innovation subsidiary dubbed Zero Emission Development Centre (ZEDC) revealed today (Dec 10).

Being created as part of Airbus’ UpNext entity, the new group complements the company’s existing low-carbon footprint in Spain and reaffirms a commitment to establishing hydrogen as a key technology for future aircraft.

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The new entity will focus on the study and future demonstration of hydrogen-powered non-propulsive energies as well as future tanking operations applying advancements in vision-based technology.

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