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.

ZeroAvia signs deals with ASL Aviation and Hindustan Aeronautics

ZeroAvia has signed a partnership agreement with ASL Aviation Holdings to develop hydrogen-electric engine conversions for ATR72 aircraft.

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SAS, Vattenfall, Shell and LanzaTech to produce SAF using hydrogen

Vattenfall, SAS, Shell and LanzaTech will explore the production of the world’s first synthetic sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) using the…

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Olga Consortium ensures hydrogen supply to Malpensa airport

A consortium of Italian and European partners plan to install an electrolyser and related storage and distribution systems to ensure…

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Hydrogen plans for the Port of Gothenburg

The Port of Gothenburg and Norwegian energy company Statkraft plan to build a hydrogen production plant at the port.

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ABS approves GEV H2 carrier; Steelhead Composites doubles storage capacity

Global Energy Ventures (GEV) has received Approval in Principle (AIP) from ABS for its compressed hydrogen carrier design with a…

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Hypersonix makes progress with hydrogen scramjet engine

Hypersonix has placed an order with Amiga Engineering for producing the world’s first 3D printed fixed geometry scramjet engine.

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Echandia builds hydrogen-powered fuel cell catamaran

Echandia has signed an agreement with Green City Ferries AB to supply the world’s first emission-free high-speed catamaran with an…

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Hydrogen-powered flight between London and Rotterdam by 2024

ZeroAvia, Royal Schiphol Group and Rotterdam The Hague Innovation Airport announced an ambitious target to operate the first commercial hydrogen-electric…

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Alaska Air and ZeroAvia to develop hydrogen powertrain

ZeroAvia to collaborate with Alaska Air Group (the parent company of Alaska Airlines) for developing a hydrogen-electric powertrain capable of…

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Teco receives funding from Innovation Norway

Teco 2030 has been granted NOK 50 million in Norwegian government support for its development of hydrogen fuel cells.

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