• ZeroAvia develops fuel cell powertrains for both retrofitting existing planes and new-build planes
  • The company designs and integrates hydrogen fuel cells into the aircraft by sourcing parts from various suppliers and claims that the powertrains reduce fuel and maintenance costs
  • The powertrain...

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