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Thu, Jul 11, 2019

Thirteenth Annual Electric Aircraft Symposium Lands In Oshkosh

CAFE Foundation And Vertical Flight Society Co-Host Event Prior To EAA AirVenture

Two dozen of the world’s leading electric aircraft developers and technology experts will be speaking at the CAFE Foundation’s 13th Annual Electric Aircraft Symposium (EAS) at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, on July 20-21 — the weekend prior to AirVenture 2019.

Electric and hybrid electric powered aircraft have the potential to significantly reduce air transportation costs, carbon emissions and community noise. The CAFE Foundation and Vertical Flight Society have been working to advance electric aviation for many years and have partnered again for this year’s EAS.

“The electric-powered aircraft industry is gaining momentum and the Symposium provides an opportunity to get a comprehensive brief on the state of the industry and meet the top leaders before EAA AirVenture begins,” said Yolanka Wulff, Executive Director of the non-profit CAFE Foundation. “In 2007, CAFE Foundation organized the world’s first Electric Aircraft Symposium to address emerging interest in electric propulsion, along with energy and climate issues. These meetings helped create the industry you see today.”

For example, since the 12th EAS in 2018, four regular participants — Ampaire, Bye Aerospace, Eviation and magniX — have all announced significant aircraft orders or commitments from customers in the flight training, regional airline, business aviation and recreational aircraft markets.

Registration for the 13th Annual Electric Aircraft Symposium can be found at the CAFE Foundation’s website linked below.

(Source: CAFE Foundation news release. Image from file)

FMI: www.cafe.foundation

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