HyPoint inks $6.5m deal with Piasecki Aircraft to deliver hydrogen fuel cell system for eVTOL aircraft

Cecilia Keating
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Piasecki is planning to develop the world’s first manned hydrogen-powered helicopter | Credit: HyPoint
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Piasecki is planning to develop the world’s first manned hydrogen-powered helicopter | Credit: HyPoint

Tie-up could see California start-up's fuel cell technology installed in one of world's first hydrogen-powered helicopters

Hydrogen fuel cell specialist HyPoint has inked a $6.5m deal with Piasecki Aircraft Corporation to develop a hydrogen fuel cell system for zero emission electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft....

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