The two sides in the partnership will continue to work together to modify the existing Powercell stack for optimum performance within ZeroAvia’s hydrogen-electric and zero-emissions aviation powertrains. Powercell intends to assemble the modified stack for inclusion in the ZeroAvia prototype and later certified propulsion systems.
PowerCell has been a major supplier of low temperature PEM (LTPEM) fuel cells as part of ZeroAvia’s pioneering efforts to develop a certified 600kW hydrogen electric powertrain under the HighFlyer II project, which was funded by the UK Government under the ATI program. supported through . ZeroAvia plans to power 9- to 19-seat commercial airliners for up to 300 nautical miles by 2024 using its ZA600 engines, enabling guilt-free flights on routes such as London to Edinburgh and Stockholm to Malmö.
After demonstrating a 6-seat research and development prototype, ZeroAvia is preparing for the inaugural test flight of its 600kW hydrogen electric engine in the coming days, which includes the use of a PowerCell fuel cell stack as part of these systems. The company is also modernizing the second Dornier-228 tested in Hollister, Calif., for flight testing and demonstration in the critical North American market.
|The companies plan to jointly modify the existing PowerCell stack for optimum performance within ZeroAvia’s hydrogen-electric and zero-emission aviation powertrains.|
“This MoU further strengthens Zerovia’s leadership in the race to deliver true zero-emission engines for commercial flights. By co-setting this operation, we can ensure the full cooperation of both talented teams on hydrogen optimization. Aviation fuel cell stack. This will result in the delivery of systems to electric aviation with the power needed to achieve a range and payload, which eliminates emissions for aircraft OEMs and operators,” said ZeroAvia’s founder and CEO. Extremely attractive.” Val Miftakhov
for its part, Richard BerklingPowercell Sweden AB CEO said: “Working with ZeroAvia has been a focal point of our entry into the clean aviation market, a huge future market for fuel cell technology. We look forward to further formalizing that partnership. We are pleased to establish our first growth presence in the UK, given our opportunities across multiple sectors.”
ZeroAvia’s mission is to deliver hydrogen electric engines to every aircraft, which has recognized the technology as the most practical, cost-effective and far-reaching solution to mitigating the climate change and clean air impacts of aviation. Hydrogen electric motors use the hydrogen in fuel cells to generate electricity, which is then used to power electric motors to turn aircraft propellers, the only by-product being water.
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Therefore ZeroAvia and Powercell will develop and distribute world-leading aviation-optimized fuel cells.