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ZeroAvia hydrogen flights could be powered by Hyzon Motor technology
© ZeroAvia
ZeroAvia hydrogen flights could be powered by Hyzon Motor technology
© ZeroAvia

ZeroAvia hydrogen flights could be powered by Hyzon Motor technology

ZeroAvia’s hydrogen flights could soon be powered by Hyzon Motors’ fuel cell technology.

In a move that sees a hydrogen truck specialist meet hydrogen aviation, the duo on Monday (September 6) inked an agreement that will see ZeroAvia consider Hyzon technology.

Hyzon’s Gen3 fuel cell stack is the technology in focus here, a technology that achieves a volumetric power density above 6kW/litre – a perfect match for the aviation industry.

Such high-power density is achieved through a combination of technologies in the bipolar plate and membrane electrode assembly (MEA), the heart of a fuel cell.

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