• Next generation hydrogen fuel cell system delivers exactly what aircraf

    From Larry Dighera@21:1/5 to All on Tue Feb 8 05:59:36 2022
    Next generation hydrogen fuel cell system that can deliver both high
    specific power > 2 000 W/kg and high energy density > 1 500 Wh/kg, exactly
    what aircraft designers are looking for.

    Only one day left before the ceremony. If you haven't registered for the
    event yet, now is the time to do so!_____ Wednesday, February 9, 2022 6:00
    AM PST https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hypoint-production-site-launch-event-tickets-252162212967

    HyPoint is making zero emission air transport a reality through its
    proprietary leading edge technology. Our next generation hydrogen fuel cell system has game-changing energy density, performance and specific power. HyPoint has partnered with some of the largest and most innovative players
    in the aviation industry to provide them with the hydrogen fuel cell
    technology solutions that will enable widespread zero emission air

    Now we are delighted to invite you to join, virtually, a ceremony to mark
    our major new investment into the hydrogen aviation industry. Our new
    research and production centre in Sandwich, Kent (UK) will enable HyPoint to accelerate the development of our technology that promises to make zero-emission flight a commercially deliverable reality years ahead of
    current projections. I hope you will be able to join us online from 2pmBT/9amET/6amPT on Wednesday, 9th February. The event will include a
    virtual tour of our R&D facilities and a briefing with our world-leading engineers. I will be happy if you and your team could join us!My best,Alex IvanenkoCEO and Co-FounderHyPoint

    HyPoint Inc., 101 Jefferson Dr., Menlo Park, CA, USA, 94025
    +1 404 826 3656

    HyPoint Ltd., Discovery Park, Ramsgate Road, Sandwich, Kent, England, CT13
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    ‘Nearly a third of all flights could be green liquid hydrogen-powered by

    Renewable hydrogen could become cheaper fuel than e-kerosene for trips of up
    to 3,400 kilometres, a new report finds

    Dimitris Mavrokefalidis
    Monday 31 January 2022

    Up to 38% of all passenger flights globally could be run on green liquid hydrogen (LH2) by mid-century.

    In a performance analysis report, the US non-profit International Council on Clean Transportation suggested two designs of this type of aircraft could facilitate flights carrying up to 165 passengers travelling up to 3,400 kilometres.


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  • From Jim Pennino@21:1/5 to Larry Dighera on Tue Feb 8 07:20:46 2022
    Larry Dighera <LDighera@att.net> wrote:


    Renewable hydrogen could become cheaper fuel than e-kerosene for trips of up to 3,400 kilometres, a new report finds

    Right after fusion power becomes available, which will happen any day
    now for well over a half century.


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