Net zero aviation fund backs wireless plane charging and hydrogen refuelling projects

Cecilia Keating
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ZeroAvia's hydrogen plane

ZeroAvia's hydrogen plane

R&D projects securing government backing include wireless electric airplane charging, immersive and extended reality hydrogen safety training, and ultra-lightweight pressure vessels for hydrogen storage

The government has unveiled the latest successful bidders to its £3m net zero aviation fund, with a range of research and technology projects securing backing to help accelerate the development and deployment...

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