Intelligent Energy fuel cells to power US Army eVTOL UAV

Zepher has ordered fuel cell power modules from Intelligent Energy to be integrated into a custom-built vertical take off and land (eVTOL) UAV being designed for the US Army.

Based in Bingen, Washington, Zepher aims to have the UAV ready for Department of Defence applications within the first 12 months of the contract.

Intelligent Energy said its products were selected because they can offer significantly longer flight time, operate quietly and require minimal maintenance.

Once the first integration is completed, Zepher will have a design solution ready for initial production.

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