Trio of partners to explore liquid hydrogen fuel systems for zero emission aircraft


A new partnership formed between GKN Aerospace, Marshall and Parker Aerospace aims to advance liquid hydrogen fuel systems for the next generation of zero emission aircraft.

The liquid hydrogen fuel system to be developed jointly by the partners under a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) will be capable of supporting both hydrogen electric and combustion applications, according to GKN Aerospace (GKN).

The project will also harness the results of the ongoing H2GEAR programme, which will ground test a scalable hydrogen electric fuel cell propulsion system in 2025.

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