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© Aerospace Technology Institute

Report suggests airports must invest in hydrogen infrastructure now

Airport owners and operators need a plan for the delivery and storage of hydrogen now, says Jacobs Engineering Group.

The Texas, US-based firm has today (June 15) released its research titled, Airports as Catalysts for Decarbonisation, which it builds on the Aerospace Technology Institute’s FlyZero Report, providing a roadmap for airports to implement hydrogen fuelling technology.

According to the research, airports must make investments in planning, designing, consulting on, and implementing new infrastructure, ahead of the first commercially available hydrogen-powered aircrafts, expected in the mid-2030s.

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