GE To Develop Low-Cost Liquid Hydrogen Tank Technology

LH2 tank rendering in aircraft

LH2 tank size and weight is a major challenge in the design of hydrogen-powered aircraft.

Credit: Airbus
A project led by GE Research to develop liquid hydrogen tank technology for heavy trucks and aircraft is one of 16 selected to receive $47.7 million in funding from the U.S. Energy Department under its efforts to reduce the cost of green hydrogen and enable commercial-scale deployment. GE Research...

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