Passenger Terminal Today
Dan Symonds

Bristol Airport in the UK has joined a local consortium that will assess how infrastructure can be created for hydrogen to succeed as a source of zero-carbon fuel in the future.

Hosted as part of the Festival of Clean Aviation Growth, the roundtable event focused on the development of an ecosystem for hydrogen in the region – not just in the rail, road, maritime and air transportation sectors, but for domestic and commercial power as well.

The consortium will initially comprise Bristol Airport, Bristol Port, Wood, Costain, EDF (UK), Airbus, easyJet, Wales & West Utilities, and the GW4 Alliance of universities.

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