Hydrogen-Based Energy Adoption in Aviation

Hydrogen-Based Energy Adoption in Aviation

Hydrogen-fueled aircraft have the potential to reduce the climate impact of flight by 50%-75%. In comparison to synthetic fuels, hydrogen combustion is 2-3x more effective in lowering emissions. In this Intelligence Brief, we detail how aerospace is progressing towards fully electrified aircraft, covering the innovations and challenges for the various stakeholders involved in hydrogen-based energy adoption in aviation.

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Hydrogen-Based Energy Adoption in Aviation

Hydrogen-based energy is the generation of energy that uses hydrogen and hydrogen-rich fuels in fuel cells. This type of energy can be integrated into renewable energy systems and has the potential to reduce the climate impact of the aviation sector.

Aircrafts can be powered by hydrogen combustion through modified gas turbine engines, and combustion is achieved by using liquid hydrogen as fuel in the presence of oxygen. In power-hybrid systems, the addition of hydrogen fuel cells produces electrical power.

Included in this Intelligence Brief:

  • An overview of the different components required for hydrogen-based energy adoption in aviation
  • A high-level description of each component and an example of the state of the art in each category
  • A timeline for hydrogen fuel adoption
  • A profile of recent developments from key players

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