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UK: ZeroAvia Signs Agreement with Ecojet for Hydrogen-Electric Engines

UK: ZeroAvia Signs Agreement with Ecojet for Hydrogen-Electric En...

ZeroAvia has signed an agreement with newly launched airline, Ecojet, for up to 70 of its hydrogen-electric engines. 

Strategic Agreement Fuels Pod Point’s Expansion Into BESS

Strategic Agreement Fuels Pod Point’s Expansion Into BESS

Pod Point has signed a Memorandum of Understanding that marks its expansion into the Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) markets.

UK Government Funding to Deploy Zero-Emission Trucks

UK Government Funding to Deploy Zero-Emission Trucks

The UK government is investing 200 million GBP in deploying an additional 370 zero-emission trucks across the nation.

HysetCo Inaugurates Largest Hydrogen Refuelling Station in Europe

HysetCo Inaugurates Largest Hydrogen Refuelling Station in Europe

HysetCo has inaugurated Europe's largest hydrogen refuelling station for light vehicles in Paris, Porte de St Cloud.

E-mobility – A Stepping Stone?

E-mobility – A Stepping Stone?

As the rollout of electric vehicles continues, some voices have suggested that it is a transition technology until hydrogen can take over.

Natilus to Use ZeroAvia’s ZA600 Hydrogen-Electric Engine for Cargo UAV

Natilus to Use ZeroAvia’s ZA600 Hydrogen-Electric Engine fo...

Natilus has partnered with ZeroAvia to develop the hydrogen-electric engine for its Natilus Kona autonomous blended-wing body (BWB) cargo aircraft Under this...

Alaska Airlines and ZeroAvia to Test Largest Hydrogen-Electric Aircraft

Alaska Airlines and ZeroAvia to Test Largest Hydrogen-Electric Ai...

Alaska Airlines has presented a Bombardier Q400 aircraft to ZeroAvia to be retrofitted with hydrogen-electric propulsion technology.

European Commission Defines Renewable Hydrogen for the Transport Industry

European Commission Defines Renewable Hydrogen for the Transport ...

The European Commission has proposed detailed rules to define what can be considered renewable hydrogen in the EU.

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