The ‘first’ zero-emission hydrogen-powered airliner in the US is set to be operational by 2025

December 8, 2021

With the signing of a Letter of Intent (LOI), a new green propulsion system that utilises hydrogen could be developed to create the US’ first zero-emission airline contributing to lower emissions across various industries.

The mobility sector has been identified as one of the key areas in which the US needs to decarbonise to achieve its net zero emission ambitions.

Hydrogen is seen as a clear choice to be implemented into airlines to achieve not only zero-emissions but also to be more fuel efficient to travel longer distances.

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