New Analyst View: Fuel Cells at Airports – A Good Idea Takes Off

21 Nov 2012

12-11-21 Fuel Cells at AirportsAirports are keystones of global commerce, but they are also emissions hotspots. Unfortunately there is no easy way to substantially reduce these emissions, as they are in large part a direct product of the many planes taking off and landing – and we are still some way from realising a suitable non-polluting fuel capable of launching a 350-tonne tube of metal 30,000 feet into the sky. To try and abate this, airports are keen to decarbonise the surrounding infrastructure that supports the planes and their passengers as much as they can.

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