MIAMI – GKN Aerospace and key technological and academic heads have gathered in the UK to revolutionize aviation propulsion.
The project maintains GKN Aerospace’s position at the forefront of next generation of sustainable aircraft technology. Thus, a US$74m (£54m) collaborative technological program aims to advance hydrogen technology and accelerate aerospace de-carbonisation to zero emissions.
The public-private investment and collaboration aims to create more than 3,000 UK roles. For instance, ATI will finance US$37m (£27m) to this program, which was matched by GKN Aerospace and its industrial partners. The program will benefit from GKN’s long-term expertise and in-depth knowledge of electric power read more ⇒
Source:: “Airways Magazine”