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.