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Carbon Free Hydrogen Powered Airplanes: Universal Hydrogen and Japanese Companies Team Up

According to an article from Green Car Congress, Universal Hydrogen has joined forces with Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Japan Airlines (JAL), and Marubeni to explore the possibilities of hydrogen-powered aeroplanes.

More important details that we grabbed from the article are

  • Goal: Develop and implement hydrogen-powered aircraft to decarbonize aviation and achieve sustainable air travel.
  • Focus Areas:
    • Hydrogen production
    • Transportation and infrastructure:
    • Marketing and financing
  • Potential: Cleaner, quieter, more sustainable flights, long-distance ecotourism opportunities.
  • Challenges: Development, infrastructure, cost.

We can achieve Green Skies soon !

Interestingly, we have some other posts related to this content:“Hydrogen Regional Airliner: The Future of Clean Aviation Projects” – Clean Aviation, a European initiative, is working on 20 projects to develop innovative technologies for greener aircraft, including electric propulsion systems, hydrogen and hybrid gas turbine design, and high-power fuel cells. “New Concept For Hydrogen-Powered Aircraft By Airbus” – Airbus has introduced a revolutionary concept for a hydrogen-powered aircraft to achieve zero emissions during operation, focusing on sustainable aviation technology to reduce the carbon footprint of air travel. “ZEROe Hydrogen-Powered Aircraft Project: Airbus and CFM Join Hands” – Airbus and CFM International are collaborating on a hydrogen-fueled demonstration project called “ZEROe” to put zero-emission commercial aircraft into service by 2035, aiming to achieve zero CO2 and non-CO2 emissions.

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