Airbus aims for hydrogen-powered plane by 2035

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2020/09/21 | 294 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | INDUSTRY / TECHNOLOGY
Airbus aims for hydrogen-powered plane by 2035 © Airbus

Airbus is aiming to put the world's first hydrogen-powered commercial plane into service by 2035, the European aircraft maker's boss said in remarks published Monday.Hydrogen is a clean fuel, emitting only steam, but whether it is green depends on the carbon footprint of the fuels used to produce it.France and other European countries are investing billions of euros in the development of green hydrogen, with the highly polluting transport industry a prime area for its intended use."It is our...(…)

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