UK Companies To Merge To Create Hydrogen Aircraft OEM

Hydro-electric Britten-Norman Islander

 Project Fresson is developing a 240-kW hydrogen fuel-cell powertrain retrofit for the Islander.

Credit: Cranfield Aerospace Solutions

UK aircraft manufacturer Britten-Norman and hydrogen-electric propulsion developer Cranfield Aerospace Solutions have agreed to merge to create an integrated producer of zero-emission aircraft, beginning with the short-hop Islander. Cranfield Aerospace Solutions (CAeS) and Britten-Norman are working...

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