Luxury car manufacturer Rolls-Royce became the first company to demonstrate hydrogen-powered aircraft engines at an event marking a new milestone in..
Recently, luxury car manufacturer Rolls-Royce became the first company to demonstrate hydrogen-powered aircraft engines at an event marking a new milestone in the aviation industry.

Rolls-Royce Holdings plc partnered with easyJet to conduct ground tests of Rolls-Royce AE 2100-A aircraft engines at MoD Boscombe Down, a military test site in the United Kingdom.

The hydrogen fuel used in this test is generated by twin transfer of wind and tidal energy from Scotland's Orkney Islands provided by the European Marine Energy Center - EMEC.

Rolls-Royce and easyJet have been collaborating since July this year to develop hydrogen-powered internal combustion engine technology for aircraft.

At that time, the two companies hope to bring aircraft powered by hydrogen put into operation around mid-2030, aiming to reduce carbon emissions to zero from 2050.

As expected, the two companies plan to conduct additional tests in the near future, before conducting large-scale testing large on the ground for the Rolls-Royce Pearl 15 jet engine.
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