HyPoint is developing new zero carbon-emission turbo air-cooled hydrogen fuel cell systems for the aviation and urban air mobility sectors, the group has revealed today (Oct 8).
This is through a new agreement with BASF New Business (BNB) with the purpose to develop and test a new proton conductive Celtec membrane with stronger mechanical properties that can operate at higher temperatures and a higher-pressure differential.
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