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ZeroAvia achieves new milestone in its HyFlyer II programme that aims to target the development of a hydrogen fuel cell powertrain
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ZeroAvia achieves new milestone in its HyFlyer II programme that aims to target the development of a hydrogen fuel cell powertrain

ZeroAvia revealed today (August 10) it has reached a new milestone in its innovative HyFlyer II programme which aims to support hydrogen-electric flight.

The US-based company’s 600kW hydrogen powertrain successfully pulled a new 15 tonne HyperTruck mobile ground testing platform across the tarmac.

The HyperTruck has been developed based on heavy-duty military trucks and is sized for the company’s ZA-2000 2MW+ powertrain which can be used to test systems for 40-80 seat hydrogen-electric powered aircraft.

Read more: ZeroAvia to convert two Dornier 228 aircraft to hydrogen; $13m secured to boast aircraft developments

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