ZeroAvia secures $21.4m backing for hydrogen-electric aircraft vision

Michael Holder
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Shell, Amazon, and investment groups participate in funding round as ZeroAvia aims for first commercial zero emission flight in 2023

Hydrogen-electric aircraft developer ZeroAvia has secured $21.4m of backing from a raft of major investors, including Amazon and Shell, as the company completed its first fundraising round in support of...

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