The role of hydrogen as a fuel for aviation

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As the world moves towards a cleaner, more sustainable future, the aviation industry is faced with the challenge of reducing its carbon footprint. With the industry responsible for around 2% of global carbon emissions, finding a sustainable alternative to fossil fuels is crucial. Hydrogen is one potential solution that has been gaining attention in recent years. In this article, we will explore the role of hydrogen as a fuel for aviation and the potential benefits and challenges it presents.

Airbus tests hydrogen propulsion on its A380 prototype

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Airbus and CFM International have agreed to jointly produce a hydrogen propulsion technology demonstrator for testing the very first A380, production serial MSN001. The aim of the project is to test the technology for ZeroE aircraft, initially on the ground and then in flight. The first ZeroE aircraft are scheduled to enter service by 2035.

Hydrogen, hybrid propulsion and biofuels: greening the future of aviation

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When will we be able to board a plane with a clear conscience about the environmental impact of our journey? Aviation is responsible for 2.8% of global carbon emissions. According to the CNN article, many airlines have already vowed to create a future of carbon-neutral aviation, and the first electric planes have already been built, if only in the short term.

Electricity, hydrogen and green kerosene planes are coming

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A few years ago it would have been hard to imagine, but airlines have also committed to climate neutrality by 2050. The solution lies in sustainable aviation fuels, hydrogen and electric aircraft, which are already well under development.

Freight transport can be a hydrogen airship

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Not only is the H2 Clipper completely zero emissions, but the cost is a quarter of current air transport costs. And while this is not the end of the benefits, the future of airships is still not assured, mainly because of their history.