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EAG and the University of Nottingham to collaborate on the development of hydrogen-electric propulsion engines for aircraft
© University of Nottingham
EAG and the University of Nottingham to collaborate on the development of hydrogen-electric propulsion engines for aircraft
© University of Nottingham

EAG and the University of Nottingham to collaborate on the development of hydrogen-electric propulsion engines for aircraft

In a new agreement revealed today (Dec 22), the Electric Aviation Group and the UK’s University of Nottingham (UoN) will develop an innovative hydrogen-electric hybrid propulsion system for the aviation industry.

Dubbed the hydrogen hybrid electric propulsion systems (H2EPS), the initiative will begin with the development and commercialisation of a 2MW electric propulsion system that will work with future hybrid and hydrogen-electric aircraft.

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