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ZeroAvia, MHIRJ sign agreement to develop hydrogen-electric propulsion for regional aircraft
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ZeroAvia, MHIRJ sign agreement to develop hydrogen-electric propulsion for regional aircraft

ZeroAvia and MHI RJ Aviation Group (MHIRJ) have revealed a new agreement today (Oct 25) to develop hydrogen-electric propulsion technology for regional jet applications.

The collaboration will leverage ZeroAvia’s hydrogen fuel cell powertrain technology as well as MHIRJ’s aircraft design to create a new solution that not only has the potential to deliver new aircraft, but also to retrofit existing aircraft in market.

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ZeroAvia has said that the agreement marks a crucial step for the company’s progress and entry into a wider market.

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