ZeroAvia receives £2.7m

ZeroAvia receives £2.7m

ZeroAvia, a California-based zero emission aviation manufacturer, has received a £2.7m ($3.3m) grant from the UK Government to support the development of a principle technology to enable practical, zero emission aviation in commercial aircraft.

The HyFlyer project is a key step to ZeroAvia’s journey towards supplying commercial operators and aircraft manufacturers with hydrogen-powered, zero emissions planes by 2022.

ZeroAvia: decarbonising the aviation market with hydrogen

The grant is part of the ATI programme, supported by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, the Aerospace Technology Institute and Innovate UK and will fund ZeroAvia’s HyFlyer project to demonstrate technology readiness for a hydrogen fuel cell powertrain.

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