Electric Aviation Group has launched a new subsidiary that will be responsible for developing a megawatt-scale fuel cell stack system that will be implemented into a 90-seater hydrogen hybrid aircraft.
In establishing a new subsidiary that will focus on development of the fuel cell stack system, the company can focus on the hydrogen aspect of the aircraft ensuring that full research and development is poured into this technology.
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