Aviation

How is the University of Sheffield Supporting Aviation Decarbonisation?

Following the successful commissioning of a new polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) electrolyser, the University of Sheffield has successfully boosted its efforts to […]

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Over £2M To Amplify Hydrogen Fuel Production for Aviation

OXCCU has won a £2.8 million grant from the government to demonstrate a carbon hydrogenation process to turn carbon into sustainable aviation […]

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How is Cranfield University Addressing Zero-emission Aviation Challenges?

Cranfield University has joined the European Alliance for Zero-Emission Aviation, a voluntary initiative of public and private partners who are helping prepare […]

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The Collaboration Developing Hydrogen Fuel Systems

Moog Aircraft in the UK, assisted by Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI) programme grant funding, will lead a collaboration project helping to develop […]

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Hydrogen-powered Aircraft Completes its First Flight

H2FLY has announced it has successfully completed the “world’s first” piloted flight of an electric aircraft powered by liquid hydrogen. How does […]

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University of Sheffield to Develop Sustainable Aviation Fuels

A new hydrogen electrolyser will enable the University of Sheffield to produce more green hydrogen than any other UK research centre through […]

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Australia to Turn to Hydrogen for Aviation

The Hydrogen Flight Alliance (HFA) has been launched by key players in Australia’s aviation and green hydrogen industries. How will this ensure […]

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Fuelling the Future: Exploring the Potential of Hydrogen in Aviation

Aviation accounts for around 2 per cent of global carbon emissions, to reach our net zero targets we will need to change […]

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Partnership Launched to Investigate Hydrogen in Aviation

AeroDelft, a student team from the Delft University of Technology, and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines have announced a partnership to explore opportunities […]

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