UK consortium led by Cranfield Aerospace Solutions to deliver world’s first truly green passenger carrying airline services using […]
easyJet, Europe’s leading airline, has announced it is working with Cranfield Aerospace Solutions (CAeS) to support the development of its hydrogen fuel cell propulsion system for commercial aircraft, as part of the airline’s ambition to de-carbonise aviation.
The transport sector needs a technology revolution that completely changes not just the way it operates but our whole attitude to getting from place to place. Hydrogen-based aircraft could be the answer.
Aviation is faced with huge, complex challenges when it comes to meeting its commitments to carbon reduction globally. […]
Cranfield Aerospace Solutions (CAeS) is one step closer to making zero-emissions flight commercially available by 2025. The company […]
“THE ONLY SOLUTION THAT ALLOWED US TO PROVIDE THE RANGE THE OPERATORS WANTED AND TO BE GREEN, WAS […]
Paul Hutton is chief executive of Cranfield Aerospace Solutions. Jenny Kavanagh is their chief strategy officer. Appointed as […]
Britten-Norman firmly intends to be “at the forefront of the electric aircraft revolution”, according to its long-serving chief executive […]
Sibley and Roberts bring a vast wealth of experience to Project Fresson and the development of a commercially […]
Six months ahead of COP26 at Glasgow, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps visits Cranfield University and Cranfield Aerospace Solutions… […]
Here we explain why for Project Fresson hydrogen fuel cells are considered an optimum solution for aviation, and […]
How Ricardo’s expertise in hydrogen fuel cell technology and balance of plant is helping to deliver the world’s […]
Scottish Hydrogen Fuel Tank. SHyFT is a unique Type IV or V composite high-pressure vessel unlike conventional large, […]
The European Commission presented today its ‘Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy’ together with an Action Plan of 82 […]
Project Fresson takes its name from a Scottish pioneer, Captain Ernest Edmund (Ted) Fresson. Working in China as […]