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New partnership to support development of hydrogen-electric regional aircraft by 2030

New partnership to support development of hydrogen-electric regional aircraft by 2030

With hydrogen highlighted as having significant potential in decarbonising the aviation sector, SNC-Lavalin and the UK’s Electric Aviation group (EAG) have partnered to develop innovative sustainable aviation technologies using hydrogen.

It is hoped that through the collaboration that a zero-emission regional aircraft fuelled by a hybrid hydrogen-electric technology can be developed and launched in 2030, the company said today (Dec 1).

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The new partnership will offer EAG ready access to SNC-Lavalin’s extensive aerospace capabilities and resources as it progresses its proprietary hybrid electric and hydrogen technologies.

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