Kent zero: HyPoint showcases Sandwich zero emission aviation research facility

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HyPoint designer Gregg Walker, CEO Dr Alex Ivanenko and chief engineer Rhonda Staudt in the lab
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HyPoint designer Gregg Walker, CEO Dr Alex Ivanenko and chief engineer Rhonda Staudt in the lab

US firm HyPoint this week cut the ribbon at its new fuel cell research facility in Kent, in what has been hailed as a major coup for the UK's green economy

You would not think it as you walk its narrow streets of half-timbered houses or admire its sleepy quay from a 250-year-old toll bridge, but the quaint Kent town of Sandwich has long been at the leading...

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