The International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) has published a new study which finds that hydrogen-powered aircraft could cap emissions from passenger aviation with policy support and “look surprisingly viable from a design perspective”. According to the ICCT, liquid hydrogen combustion aircraft could provide carbon-free air travel on up to a third of global passenger demand starting in 2035. The study outlines that aircraft burning “green hydrogen” produced from renewable energy could enable flights up to 3400 km at reduced fuel costs compared to sustainable aviation fuel. easyJet is advocating for the use of hydrogen in short-haul aviation to eliminate

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