Rolls-Royce is entering new aviation markets to pioneer sustainable power and as part of that mission we will be developing energy storage systems (ESS) that will enable aircraft to undertake zero emissions flights of over 100 miles on a single charge. In order to deliver this ground-breaking technology, Rolls-Royce is planning an £80m investment in ESS over the next decade, that will create around 300 jobs by 2030 and strengthen the company’s position as a supplier of all-electric and hybrid-electric power and propulsion systems for aviation. Aerospace-certified ESS solutions from Rolls-Royce will power electric and hybrid-electric propulsion systems for eVTOLs
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