Aviation and Maritime

In this news section, H2 Bulletin covers all the hydrogen industry news which have implications for the aviation and shipping sectors. It covers the aviation and maritime sectors. Both these sectors are quite active in using hydrogen as an alternative fuel to reduce emission.

Australia’s Hypersonix conducts hydrogen-powered scramjet performance tests

Australia’s Hypersonix conducts hydrogen-powered scramjet performance tests

Australia’s Hypersonix Launch Systems has tested the Spartan fifth-generation scramjet engine in a hypersonic shock tunnel, H2 Bulletin reports. The…
Teco 2030 completes onboard carbon capture study; Siemens partners for marine eFuel

Teco 2030 completes onboard carbon capture study; Siemens partners for marine eFuel

Teco 2030 ASA has completed Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) feasibility study with AVL and concluded that onboard Carbon Capture…
Rosatom, Enagas and hydrogen-powered shipping dominate the market: Hydrogen Economy Review

Rosatom, Enagas and hydrogen-powered shipping dominate the market: Hydrogen Economy Review

The Russian government has been regularly discussing with other countries, particularly Germany, to explore hydrogen opportunity. Germany needs Russia’s natural…
Shell to test hydrogen power vessel in Singapore

Shell to test hydrogen power vessel in Singapore

A consortium that includes the oil giant Shell will work on a feasibility study to trial the use of hydrogen…
Hypersonix to use BOC green hydrogen for aerospace

Hypersonix to use BOC green hydrogen for aerospace

Hypersonix Launch Systems (a Queensland aerospace firm) has entered a framework agreement to use locally produced green hydrogen supplied by…
Everfuel signups to supply hydrogen to upcoming hydrogen-powered ship

Everfuel signups to supply hydrogen to upcoming hydrogen-powered ship

Everfuel A/S has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with a German-Norwegian shipping company to supply hydrogen to a new…
easyJet to fly hydrogen planes in the 2030s, SAF is the interim step

easyJet to fly hydrogen planes in the 2030s, SAF is the interim step

Decarbonisation seems to have reset the technological developments in aviation, making the future more complex and challenging. The smaller aircraft…
ZeroAvia bags US$ 24.3 million for developing large hydrogen-powered aircraft

ZeroAvia bags US$ 24.3 million for developing large hydrogen-powered aircraft

ZeroAvia, a zero-emission aviation company, has secured US$ 24.3 million in funding for its latest project of building a 2…
Hypersonix and Boeing to develop hydrogen-powered hypersonic spacecraft

Hypersonix and Boeing to develop hydrogen-powered hypersonic spacecraft

Hypersonix Launch Systems, an Australian aerospace design and development start-up company, has agreed with Boeing to conduct a joint study…
Ricardo and Innovatus joins hydrogen fuel cell aviation consortium

Ricardo and Innovatus joins hydrogen fuel cell aviation consortium

Caes, which is leading the Project Fresson consortium for developing the hydrogen fuel cell-powered plane, is now joined by Ricardo…
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