ScottishPower To Assist ZeroAvia With Hydrogen Supply

ScottishPower To Assist ZeroAvia With Hydrogen Supply
Photo Credit: ZeroAvia.

ZeroAvia has this week signed an agreement with ScottishPower which relates to the planning of airport hydrogen supply to support zero-emission flights.

It is understood both sides will also explore clean power requirements and hydrogen infrastructure for potential sites of the engine manufacturer across the UK.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

ScottishPower To Assist ZeroAvia With Hydrogen Supply…

ScottishPower To Assist ZeroAvia With Hydrogen Supply
Photo Credit: ZeroAvia.
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Sergey Kiselev, Chief Business Officer, ZeroAvia said the following on this deal:

“With the plethora of existing renewables, and many projects planned, Scotland has the chance to lead the UK in developing clean hydrogen supply.”

“Working with leading energy companies like ScottishPower can help us overcome fueling infrastructure challenges”.

Adding to this was Peter Jones, Director of ScottishPower’s Green Hydrogen Business:

“Green hydrogen, powered by renewable energy, can play a key role in the decarbonisation of heavy transport.”

“We welcome the opportunity to support the aviation industry in delivering effective solutions for this important sector, enabling long term sustainable and cost–effective outcomes for customers.” 

ZeroAvia is a leader in zero-emission aviation with the mission of delivering a hydrogen-electric engine in every aircraft as the most environmentally and economically friendly solution for addressing the industry’s climate impact.

The company is starting with engines to support a 300-mile range in 9–19 seat aircraft by the end of 2025, and up to 700-mile range in 40–80 seat aircraft by 2027.

Looking ahead, all eyes will be on how this new deal with ScottishPower will perform, as well as whether there is scope to expand this further if successes are witnessed in the years ahead.

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