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In 2025, Airbus will start testing a new hydrogen fuel cell engine it is building for its ZEROe zero-emission plane, which is expected to fly by 2035.  If the tests are successful, the engine could be installed in a 100-passenger plane with a range of around 1,000 miles, Airbus says. A plane’s propulsion can be powered by hydrogen combustion in a gas turbine or by converting hydrogen into electricity using fuel cell technology. A hydrogen gas turbine ca…
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