Hanwha Aerospace to explore hydrogen fuel cells for UAM transportation

Korean-based Hanwha Aerospace unveiled on Monday (Jan 3) its intention to develop a new hydrogen fuel cell system that will be utilised within the aviation industry for zero-carbon flight.

The hydrogen fuel cell system will be used within the Urban Air Mobility (UAM) industry which could provide a solution to the next generation of transportation whilst additionally having a low carbon footprint.

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