Several hydrogen projects have been selected to receive part of a £3m ($4.1m) UK Government fund that aims to progress zero-emission aviation technologies.
As part of the fund, several projects centred around hydrogen infrastructure, storage and refuelling at airports have been selected as the UK aims to broaden its net zero prospects by supporting innovative new projects.
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Mentioned among the winners is the University of Warwick which is evaluating safety zones and mitigation measures for hydrogen refuelling, Protium Green Solutions who is developing a digital twin for fast refuelling of gaseous hydrogen aircraft.
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