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Landmark agreement between ZeroAvia and Shell will create ‘Europe’s first’ landside-to-airside hydrogen airport pipeline
© ZeroAvia
Landmark agreement between ZeroAvia and Shell will create ‘Europe’s first’ landside-to-airside hydrogen airport pipeline
© ZeroAvia

Landmark agreement between ZeroAvia and Shell will create ‘Europe’s first’ landside-to-airside hydrogen airport pipeline

The aviation industry could be well be an important market for hydrogen technologies and, to support its adoption, ZeroAvia and Shell have revealed today (May 10) plans for a landside-to-airside hydrogen airport pipeline.

The landmark agreement is expected to be ‘Europe’s first’ with eyes on creating a 100-metre-long hydrogen pipeline that will run alongside the ZeroAvia hangar at the Cotswold Airport in the UK.

With this development, a suitable hydrogen refuelling infrastructure will be in place in order to establish hydrogen technologies at the airport leading to further innovation within the aviation industry.

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