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ZeroAvia partners with Airbus and several airports to study hydrogen infrastructure feasibility at Canadian airports
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Hydrogen Economy

Hydrogen Economy

May 21, 2024

ZeroAvia partners with Airbus and several airports to study hydrogen infrastructure feasibility at Canadian airports

Partnerships

  • ZeroAvia, a hydrogen-based aviation solutions developer, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Airbus, Vancouver International Airport (YVR), Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ), and Montreal-Trudeau International Airport (YUL) to study the feasibility of hydrogen infrastructure at Canadian airports.

  • The collaboration aims to improve our understanding of hydrogen aircraft concepts and operations, supply, infrastructure, and refueling needs at airports. It also aims to support the development of regulations and standards.

  • Analyst QuickTake: This follows ZeroAvia announcing plans to offer several of its key components for hydrogen-electric engines to other aviation companies. This allows the company to maximize its investment in R&D and its plans for vertical integration. The components to be offered included 1) advanced electric motors for aviation, 2) silicon carbide inverters, 3) low-temperature proton exchange membrane (LT-PEM) fuel-cell configurations (in partnership with PowerCell), 4) high-temperature PEM (HT-PEM) fuel-cell stacks and full-power generation systems, and 5) aviation fuel-cell compressors.

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