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© H2FLY

German group gets €9.3m to develop hydrogen fuel cells for aircraft

A German consortium has secured €9.3m ($10m) of government funding to develop hydrogen fuel cell systems to power regional aircraft.

Led by Stuttgart-based H2FLY, the BALIS 2.0 Project plans to develop and test a 350kW fuel cell system that will serve as the base module to develop megawatt-class hydrogen-electric powertrain systems, which could power 40-80 seater aircraft.

The project will be supported by the German Aerospace Center (DLR) and Diehl Aerospace, which will study coupling behaviours and develop platform technology for scaling.

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