MTU Acquires German Electric Motor Startup

MTU/DLR flying fuel cell

The MTU/DLR Flying Fuel Cell demonstrator is expected to use eMoSys’ electric motor technology.

Credit: DLR

MTU Aero Engines has acquired German electric motor developer eMoSys to expand its activity in electric powertrains and help accelerate the electrification of aircraft propulsion. Founded in 2013 and based in Starnberg, eMoSys is a developer and small-volume manufacturer of high-power-density...

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