Dave Lawler of Axios reports on a startup that is developing hydrogen-electric planes.
- ZeroAvia, a hydrogen-electric aviation company, has successfully tested a retrofitted 19-seat aircraft, the largest hydrogen-electric powered aircraft ever to take flight.
- The company is planning to release 20-seat hydrogen-electric planes by 2025 and jets by 2029 with airlines like American Airlines, United Airlines, and British Airways already placing orders.
- Hydrogen-electric powered crafts offers a chance to reduce the aviation industry’s footprint, which accounts for 3% of global emissions.
- Private sector leadership is creating impressive innovations.
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