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ZeroAvia receives financial boost from the State of Washington for research and development facility for hydrogen-electric aviation
© ZeroAvia
ZeroAvia receives financial boost from the State of Washington for research and development facility for hydrogen-electric aviation
© ZeroAvia

ZeroAvia receives financial boost from the State of Washington for research and development facility for hydrogen-electric aviation

ZeroAvia has received a boost today (Jan 10) to its hydrogen-electric aircraft programme with the Washington State Department of Commerce awarding $350,000 to transition a warehouse into a research and development space.

Set to be situated in Paine Field, Snohomish County, the new research and development space will enable ZeroAvia to continuously explore the use of hydrogen-electric flight systems for the aviation market.

This will provide a new avenue to decarbonise a major polluting sector and enable sustainable flight in the process.

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