Guilt-free green travel at last! New Airbus hydrogen powered fuel cell set for ... trends now

Guilt-free green travel at last! New Airbus hydrogen powered fuel cell set for ... trends now
Guilt-free green travel at last! New Airbus hydrogen powered fuel cell set for ... trends now

Guilt-free green travel at last! New Airbus hydrogen powered fuel cell set for ... trends now

Guilt-free green travel at last! New Airbus hydrogen powered fuel cell could be the key to eco-friendly flights Airbus is developing a hydrogen-powered fuel-cell that will likely unlock emissions-free travel in the coming years  The company is using a modified version of its A380 MSN001 aircraft for the demonstrations  The plane is a high-wing 100-seat regional airliner containing six eight-bladed propellers attached to engine pods 'We are giving ourselves additional options that will inform our future ZEROe aircraft ... which we intend to launch in the 2027-2028 timeframe,' Airbus said

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Airbus is developing a hydrogen-powered fuel cell engine as a potential solution for its zero-emission aircraft. 

A modified version of the company's A380 MSN001 aircraft will carry the fuel-cell engine pod, and inside the craft's real fuselage will be a cryogenic tank to hold the liquefied hydrogen. 

Airbus has multiple zero-emission concept aircrafts, but the one that's being used for this effort is a high-wing 100-seat regional airliner containing six eight-bladed propellers attached to engine pods. 

The pods contain hydrogen fuel cells which produce electricity as the result of an electro-chemical reaction to power electric motors.

Airbus is developing a hydrogen-powered fuel cell engine as a potential solution for its zero-emission aircraft

Airbus is developing a hydrogen-powered fuel cell engine as a potential solution for its zero-emission aircraft

'Fuel cells are a potential solution to help us achieve our zero-emission ambition and we are focused on developing and testing this technology to

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