ZeroAvia and Fortum sign MoU to establish a hydrogen aviation network in the Nordics

ZeroAvia has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Fortum to develop hydrogen production and refuelling infrastructure in the Nordics.  

Under the collaboration, the two companies will explore on-the-ground hydrogen infrastructure at airports, aiming to remove emissions from flights and its airport ecosystem.  

The companies want to work together to build a network of zero-emission flight routes, with future decisions on possible investments to be made at a later stage.  

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