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US Defense Innovation Unit awards Skydweller $14m to continue development of hydrogen-powered aircraft
© Skydweller Aero
US Defense Innovation Unit awards Skydweller $14m to continue development of hydrogen-powered aircraft
© Skydweller Aero

US Defense Innovation Unit awards Skydweller $14m to continue development of hydrogen-powered aircraft

The US Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) has awarded Skydweller Aero $14m to support the creation of a hydrogen fuel cell powered aircraft for defence and commercial industries.

Skydweller is promoting the use of hydrogen fuel cells and clean energy technologies in order to not only reduce the carbon footprint of aircraft but additionally to optimise the technology.

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