PowerCell Sweden’s MS-100 fuel cell systems will play a key role in ZeroAvia’s 600kW zero emissions aircraft drivetrain currently under development.
ZeroAvia placed a follow-up order for the MS-100 fuel cell system on Friday (May 7). Valued at SEK 7.4m ($890,000), the order is expected to be delivered during the third quarter 2021.
In September last year ZeroAvia conducted the world’s first hydrogen electric flight of a commercial airplane. The plane, a single-engine six-seater Piper Malibu, carried out an eight-minute flight and reached an altitude of 1,000 feet and a speed of 100 knots.
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