ZeroAvia continues to test its first Dornier 228 test bed, which is equipped with a hydrogen-electric powertrain that is performing high-speed track tests, while the company is making investments in fuel cell technology, including proton exchange membranes.
Track testing and investments...
ZeroAvia is continuing its momentum. His 228 Dornier testbed, which is equipped with a hydrogen-electric powertrain is conducting high-speed track tests, while the company is making investments in fuel cell technology.
...Fuel cells and EMP...
"In just one week, we were able to announce that we had secured the supply of critical fuel cells to support our first product through an agreement with PowerCell, before announcing the acquisition of HyPoint, a world leader in high-temperature PEM (proton exchange membrane) fuel cell technology, securing intellectual property leadership in this nascent, but highly promising technology for zero-emission aircraft propulsion," ZeroAvia comments.
...And Grand Caravan
The agreement signed between ZeroAvia and Textron Aviation early last month, relating to the development of a hydrogen-electric powertrain for the single-engine, high-wing Grand Caravan monoplane, is of great significance in terms of the path to certification and commercial operations of ZeroAvia's first powertrains.
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