As Leto Sapunar of InsideClimate News writes, Airbus has set a 2035 target goal to start flying hydrogen-powered jets
- Although no air travel will ever truly emit zero carbon, Airbus is looking to lower its carbon footprint with investments into hydrogen energy.
- In order for hydrogen energy to be feasible for airplanes, large amounts of research and development must occur.
- Lowering the carbon footprint of the aerospace industry will be important, as air travel accounted for 2% of global emissions in 2018.
- By creating a demand for hydrogen energy Airbus is hoping to advance the energy source.
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