Six months ahead of COP26 at Glasgow, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps visits Cranfield University and Cranfield Aerospace Solutions…
With only 6 months to go until #COP26, Transport Secretary @grantshapps visited @CranfieldUni’s National Flying Laboratory, to see the ongoing research into the use of #hydrogen in aviation.— Department for Transport (@transportgovuk) May 14, 2021
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Cranfield Aerospace Solutions is leading the Project Fresson consortium project which is seeking to deliver the world’s first truly green passenger carrying airline services using hydrogen fuel cell technology. The project will develop a commercially viable, retrofit powertrain solution for a nine-passenger Britten-Norman Islander aircraft, and will accelerate the growth of the UK aerospace supply chain for new technologies critical to zero emissions aircraft.