Venice Airport eyes integration of hydrogen technologies

Venice Airport in Italy could be powered by hydrogen in the near future.

SAVE Group, which manages the airport, has unveiled a new deal today (Feb 15) with Airbus and Snam in which the trio will identify opportunities to use hydrogen across a range of different operations, including within the airport infrastructure itself and air transport.

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