Hy-Hybrid Energy, GOLDI Mobility and Shenzhen MicroMultiCopter (MMC) have joined forces to push forward the development of hydrogen-powered unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
The companies today (4th Jan) announced the partnership through which they will each play a key role in order to to demonstrate hydrogen-powered drones in Hungary as an end result.
As part of its role in the agreement, MMC will provide product support for the hydrogen drones/UAVs to enable GOLDI’s demonstration project. Hy-Hybrid Energy will provide technical and project management support to the team, followed by complete manufacturing setup.
GOLDI will further offer repair, maintenance and compressed hydrogen refuelling services to local customers.
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