Rolls-Royce has announced the start of three projects under the Clean Aviation Joint Undertaking (CAJU) at the company’s location in Dahlewitz near Berlin. The CAJU is a European Union-backed public-private partnership that “represents the world’s most ambitious research and innovation agenda for a sustainable aviation sector that contributes to the EU Green Deal and the EU’s Industrial Strategy”, according to Rolls-Royce, which listed Airbus, ATR, Dassault, Embraer, Fokker, Leonardo, Safran and around a dozen universities as partners in the projects. CAJU is to be supported by €1.7 billion worth of public funding, while the private sector will deliver additional financial
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