General Motors, Liebherr-Aerospace to explore hydrogen fuel cells for aerospace application

Liebherr-Aerospace and General Motors (GM) will collaborate on development of a Hydrotec hydrogen fuel cell-based electrical power generation system that will be used in aircraft applications.

The two companies will explore the possibilities to leverage Liebherr’s strong position as a leading on-board aircraft system supplier, together with GM’s leadership in hydrogen fuel cell technology, to develop an integrated system for commercial aircraft.

This technology will be customised to the performance and economic requirements of the commercial aircraft.

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