Hydrogen-fuelled aviation powers ahead

As part of a new agreement with hydrogen-focused powertrain developer ZeroAvia, green hydrogen project developer Protium will develop and expand UK green hydrogen infrastructure for aviation.

The two companies yesterday signed a Heads of Term agreement, which follows the world’s first hydrogen fuel cell-powered passenger flight which ZeroAvia successfully carried out last week.

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In the long term, Protium will develop, design and eventually own and operate green hydrogen infrastructure across UK airports to support decarbonised flights.

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