HyFlyer hydrogen refuelling contract awarded to Fuel Cell Systems

Fuel Cell Systems Limited (FCSL) will supply a mobile hydrogen refuelling vehicle to a project aiming to demonstrate hydrogen fuel cell powertrain technology for aviation.

Funded by Innovate UK, the HyFlyer project will integrate a hydrogen fuel cell powertrain on board a Piper M-class six-seater aircraft and perform test flights out of Cranfield, England and Orkney, Scotland.

HyFlyer is being led by ZeroAvia in collaboration with Intelligent Energy.

The tender for the mobile refuelling unit was issued by HyFlyer project partner the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) Hydrogen who are investigating the infrastructure required and will supply renewably produced, green hydrogen for the flight tests in Orkney.

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