HyPoint debuts prototype of air-cooled hydrogen fuel cell for aviation

Cecilia Keating
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HyPoint partner ZeroAvia achieved flight with a hydrogen-electric plane last summer | Credit: ZeroAvia
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HyPoint partner ZeroAvia achieved flight with a hydrogen-electric plane last summer | Credit: ZeroAvia

US firm says its new solution boasts three times the power of a regular fuel cell by weight, providing a boost to hopes of hydrogen powered aircraft

Zero emission flight powered by hydrogen fuel cell technology moved one step closer to take-off this week, after US green energy technology start-up HyPoint said it would start shipping its "turbo air-cooled"...

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