Mitsubishi and Zero Avia develop hydrogen propulsion for regional models

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The two companies are jointly developing a zero-emission engine, which could even be retrofitted.
The project will benefit from the achievements in fuel cells of ZeroAvia, the UK-US leader in hydrogen propulsion, and the Japanese subsidiary of Mitsubishi, the largest maintenance organisation in the CRJ family, will share its expertise in aircraft design, certification and customer support.

Orbiting solar power plants could provide the energy of the future

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The world’s space agencies are already working on the technology that would move a significant part of energy production from Earth to space. The Kardashev Scale, created by Nikolai Kardashev in 1967, measures the development of a civilisation in two ways: technological development and energy production.