Airbus backs specialist hydrogen infrastructure fund

Cecilia Keating
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A mock-up of Airbus' ZEROe plane | Credit: Airbus
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A mock-up of Airbus' ZEROe plane | Credit: Airbus

Company argues expanded hydrogen economy is required to pave the way for zero emission commercial aircraft by 2035

Airbus has announced it has teamed up with a specialist renewable hydrogen infrastructure investment fund that claims to be the largest of its type in the world. The aerospace giant confirmed late last...

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