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6 electric aviation companies to keep on your radar

Michelai Graham writes in GreenBiz about different electric aviation companies.

The C3 Take
  • Since 1980 aviation emissions have doubled, but startups are looking to lower the industry’s carbon footprint.
  • One company that is tackling this issue is Universal Hydrogen. The Los Angeles-based startup has created a modular capsule technology that they hope will lead to hydrogen becoming aviation’s fuel of choice.
  • Private sector innovators are unlocking new ways to reduce are greenhouse gas emissions.

“Universal Hydrogen also landed a partnership with Connect Airlines in December to help it become the first zero-emission U.S.-based airline. The airline is purchasing 24 of Universal Hydrogen’s green hydrogen conversion kits to transition to an actual zero-emission operation. Universal Hydrogen has signed various other letters of intent with airline operators interested in purchasing its conversion kits.”

Read the full article here.

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