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ZeroAvia Proclaims Major Expansion of Marketing for Hydrogen Fuel Cell Tech

ZeroAvia Expands Market Approach in Hydrogen Cell Propulsion

ZeroAvia, a leader in hydrogen-electric aviation technology, has announced a significant expansion in its market approach by offering some of its proprietary components to other innovators in the clean aviation sector.

This strategic move aims to capitalize on the burgeoning demand for sustainable aviation solutions and further its impact on reducing environmental harm from aviation.

The company has initiated the certification process for its ZA600 engine designed for up to 20-seat aircraft and is advancing development of the ZA2000 engine for aircraft with up to 90 seats. As part of its growth strategy, ZeroAvia is opening a new propulsion center of excellence at Paine Field in Everett, north of Seattle. The facility was inaugurated in a ceremony attended by notable figures including Washington State Governor Jay Inslee and U.S. Representatives Rick Larsen and Suzan DelBene.

ZeroAvia's new center will not only produce electric propulsion systems but also host the company's ongoing research and development operations.

This expansion is set against the backdrop of the company's broader mission to dominate the commercial aviation propulsion market while enhancing shareholder value and addressing climate impacts in the sector.

The components now available to the market include advanced electric motors, such as a 660 kW max-power direct-drive motor and the HyperCore 900kW modular motor, as well as silicon carbide inverters and both low and high temperature Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) fuel cell configurations.

These components are integral to ZeroAvia's hydrogen-electric engines and are designed to meet rigorous aerospace standards, ensuring high performance, reliability, and compliance with environmental regulations.

Governor Inslee highlighted the significance of this development for Washington State's economic and environmental future, emphasizing the state's leadership in clean energy innovations. Representative DelBene also praised the initiative, noting the potential of hydrogen fuel-cell technology to revolutionize the aviation industry.

This move by ZeroAvia underscores a strategic shift towards greater integration within the aerospace supply chain, aiming to set new standards in aviation technology while fostering a more sustainable industry.

FMI:www.zeroavia.com

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