ZeroAvia: decarbonising the aviation market with hydrogen

Following ZeroAvia’s recently announced goal to deploy hydrogen-powered, zero emissions planes by 2022, H2 View spoke to Val Miftakhov, Founder and CEO of ZeroAvia to find out more about the start-up, its goals, and the suitability of hydrogen as an alternative fuel for the aviation industry.

It was announced last week that the California-based company had made significant advancements in developing its zero emission, hydrogen-fuelled powertrain. Founded in November 2017 by Val Miftakhov, a passionate airplane and helicopter pilot, the company hopes to have a real impact in decarbonising the aviation market.

ZeroAvia to deploy hydrogen planes by 2022

ZeroAvia currently has the largest zero emission aircraft in the world flying today which uses no fossil fuels. Following this achievement, the company made it its mission to accelerate the world’s transition to suitable aviation by providing a zero emission option to both aircraft customers and airframe manufacturers.

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