Universal Hydrogen has signed a “strategic agreement” with Air New Zealand as part of the airline’s Mission Next Gen Aircraft programme. The announcement followed Brazilian manufacturer Embraer joining the New Zealand programme on February 7. Universal Hydrogen said it is “developing a solution to convert existing regional airplanes to fly on hydrogen and to supply hydrogen to the fleet using a modular fuelling approach, which eliminates the need for new airport infrastructure, speeds up the fuelling operation, and reduces transfer losses throughout the hydrogen delivery chain”. “Having Universal Hydrogen as one of our long-term partners will grow our collective understanding
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