Fuel cell stacks, systems and engineering services from PowerCell Sweden will help power emissions-free 19-seat hydrogen-electric commercial aircraft.
The company on Wednesday (July 7) said it had received the order, worth MSEK 10.9, ($1.2m) for the equipment from ZeroAvia which is working on the UK HighFlyer 2 project.
Related to the development of the aircraft, the order is scheduled for delivery over a one-year period.
Commenting on the news, Richard Berkling, CEO of PowerCell, said, “From a sustainability perspective, the significance of this cooperation can hardly be overstated because it involves resolving one of the largest environmental challenges in the area of transport – how aviation can become more sustainable.
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