Hydrogen innovation ready for take-off: How fuel cells could revolutionise the aviation industry

Hydrogen fuel cells continue to be one of the most in demand zero-emission technologies across the globe and remain a champion of the hydrogen industry. In the fuel cell sector, the UK holds a lot of promise with several research institutes and academics using the region’s resources to innovate and advance fuel cell technology.

HyPoint, a pioneering company that prides itself in bringing hydrogen fuel cell technology to the next level, has a particular focus on the aviation sector, recognising the key credentials the technology has in comparison to other zero-emission solutions.

The Californian company recently chose the UK as a new hub for research and development into hydrogen fuel cells as well as to expand operations to the rest of Europe. But how has the UK provided the correct characteristics in which to extend Hypoint’s reach into the hydrogen ecosystem?

To answer this question and to find out more about HyPoint’s fuel cell products, H2 View spoke with Sergey Shubenkov, co-founder and Vice-President of HyPoint R&D, Dr. Alex Ivanenko, CEO and co-founder of HyPoint, and Rhonda Staudt, co-founder and HTPEM FC Chief Engineer.

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