Technological developments in aviation have been rapidly advancing in recent years. The development of electric-powered planes is gaining momentum. These planes have the potential to be more efficient and environmentally friendly than traditional jet engines.

Hydrogen technological developments in aviation are still in the early stages of development, but there are a few promising initiatives that are currently underway. Some examples are:

  • Hydrogen Fuel Cell Aircraft: Several companies and research institutions are working on developing aircraft that are powered by hydrogen fuel cells. These planes use electric motors that are powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which produce electricity through a chemical reaction between hydrogen and oxygen. The only byproduct of this reaction is water, making it a clean and sustainable energy source.
  • Hybrid Electric/Hydrogen Aircraft: Another approach to using hydrogen in aviation is to combine it with electric propulsion. Hybrid electric/hydrogen aircraft use both electric motors and hydrogen fuel cells to provide power. This approach could offer the benefits of both technologies, such as the high power density of hydrogen fuel cells and the efficiency and simplicity of electric propulsion.