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Airbus ZEROe

The centre will complement the other activities from Airbus sites in Bremen (Germany), Nantes (France), Madrid (Spain) and Filton (UK) to get a hydrogen powered aircraft in the sky by 2035.

ZEROe Development Center opens doors for hydrogen technologies

A priority for the Stade ZEDC is the development of cost-competitive lightweight Hydrogen systems such as cryogenic Hydrogen tanks, in composites.

Laser measurement technology in front of the combustion chamber. The Institute of Propulsion Technology draws on decades of experience in the use of complex laser-optical measurement methods in aircraft gas turbines to enable rapid adaptation to new measurement objectives.

DLR breaks new ground with hydrogen combustion testing

The combustion behaviour of hydrogen is significantly different from that of conventional aviation fuels such as kerosene, and the infrastructure at DLR enables experiments in a realistic environment.

20/06/2023Press Release:
Airbus and STMicroelectronics collaborate on power electronics for aircraft electrification
31/01/2023Press Release:
Airbus Commercial selects Altair SimSolid in ZEROe sustainable aircraft initiative
Parker Meggitt Energy Buffer

Airbus partners Parker Meggitt for energy buffer

The eBuffer will maximize safety, efficiency and weight while balancing electric and mechanical constraints, as a piece of the electrical system that will complement the Fuel Cell primary power source.

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