Hungary’s government has awarded Rolls-Royce €4.6 million as a part of three-year state funding to bolster the development of zero-emission aircraft. With this grant Rolls-Royce plans to advance the creation and design of electric and hybrid-electric aircraft for the future. Praising the investment by Hungary government, Sara Poxon, Director of Operations, Rolls-Royce Electrical said: “In Hungary, we have built an innovation and knowledge centre based on strong engineering competencies. With the support of the Hungarian Government, we can increase our competitiveness and advance power and propulsion systems for all-electric and particularly hybrid-electric flight. This support can accelerate technological breakthroughs by Rolls-Royce that will support low

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