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UK Civil Aviation Authority Selects Pilot Hydrogen Fuel Projects to Prepare Industry for Net Zero Emissions

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The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has announced the first three companies selected to participate in its Hydrogen Challenge Sandbox to spur innovation of hydrogen propulsion for net zero aviation emissions. The regulator will work closely with the project teams to increase readiness for introducing hydrogen fuel and...

Engineers showcase ‘Living Brick’ that might transform the way we live and work.

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Engineers from the University of the West of England (UWE), Bristol, have showcased a 'Living Brick' in Venice. The bricks contain a microbial fuel cell filled with natural -potentially programmable- microorganisms, which can act like a digestive system for buildings. The brick is part of the €3.2m Living...

Output of hydrogen fuel cells could double as result of electric compressor

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The UK-based technology company Aeristech has developed a new electric compressor design which has the potential to double the output of hydrogen fuel cells. The new system would allow air to be delivered at a far higher pressure as a result of both high speed motor and control...