UK Government announces £113m to back hydrogen and all-electric flight technologies

The UK Government has today (February 7) announced that it and industry are jointly backing hydrogen and all-electric flight technologies with £113m ($135.5m) to unlock “guilt-free” flight.

Through the Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI) Programme, the Government has said it is jointly backing new zero-carbo technologies with industry to open up the future of zero-carbon flight.

Under the new funding programme, projects across the UK will receive backing, including Rolls-Royce-led projects to develop the building blocks of a liquid hydrogen combusting jet engine.

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