ZeroAvia has unveiled a new line of electric and hydrogen aviation components for the general market, alongside a new manufacturing facility at Paine Field in Everett, WA.

The components, which include a wide range of advanced electric motors, silicon carbide inverters, Low-temperature Proton Exchange Membrane (LT-PEM) fuel cell configurations, High-temperature PEM (HT-PEM) fuel cell stacks and full power generation systems as well as Aviation fuel cell compressors, will be available to other clean aviation innovators within the sector.

The company is in active discussions on potential deals with a number of companies working on electric and hydrogen aviation innovations
Val Miftakhov, Founder and CEO, ZeroAvia said:

Today we set forth plans that detail how we are going to bring our engines to market for commercial aircraft as well as the additional market potential in components generated by our pursuit of aerospace applicable fuel cell and electric propulsion technologies.

We intend to secure as much market share for commercial aviation propulsion systems as possible as this will enhance shareholder value and ensure we deliver in tackling climate impact in the sector. While the market for our powertrains is thousands of engines across commercial aircraft, there will be other applications that are not strategically aligned with our full engine offering, but where our technologies can play a major role in the supply chain for other OEMs.

ZeroAvia is currently conducting certification work for its ZA600 engine, a proprietary component with the capacity to power aircraft of up to 20 people, and the ZA2000 engine, which is capable of powering aircraft of up to 90.

To facilitate the production of the electric propulsion systems, the company has opened its new Propulsion Center of Excellence manufacturing facility at Paine Field in Everett. ZeroAvia also plans to open a separate facility focused on the production of hydrogen fuel cell systems in the future.

Miftakhov concluded:

With the opening of the new facility today, we are also able to show ZeroAvia’s growth from ambitious startup into a clean aerospace manufacturing powerhouse, with a production site officially opened in Everett. The future is bright for clean flight, Washington State!


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