Bristol Airport said it would form a “new partnership” with jet manufacturer Airbus and carrier easyJet to see how an airport can operate as a supply base for hydrogen-based energy. The south-west England hub said Hynamics, a hydrogen-focused wing of French state-backed electricity giant EDF, would be part of the group, which would be a “unique partnership” that would try to “assess how hydrogen technology can be best used under ‘real world’ conditions”. According to Glenn Llewellyn, Airbus vice president, zero emissions aircraft, Airbus, such airport links are “vital preparation for the arrival of our zero emission aircraft from 2035”.

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