British firm to unveil technology for zero-carbon emission flights at Cop26

British firm to unveil technology for zero-carbon emission flights at Cop26

As yet unnamed company claims it could enable ‘clean’ flights running on liquid ammonia by 2030

A British company being launched at the Cop26 summit on Friday will unveil technology it claims could enable zero-carbon emission flights running on liquid ammonia by 2030.

It aims to build lightweight reactors to “crack” the chemical to produce hydrogen to burn as fuel, a design it says could allow existing planes to be modified to store liquid ammonia rather than paraffin.

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