Six months ahead of COP26 at Glasgow, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps visits Cranfield University and Cranfield Aerospace Solutions.
With only 6 months to go until #COP26, Transport Secretary @grantshapps visited @CranfieldUni’s National Flying Laboratory, to see the ongoing research into the use of #hydrogen in aviation.
Discover more about the road to @COP26 👇 https://t.co/9XHmHtnxIm#TogetherForOurPlanet pic.twitter.com/iASQwpFqtX
— Department for Transport (@transportgovuk) May 14, 2021
Cranfield Aerospace Solutions (CAeS) – An aerospace market leader in rapid prototyping of new aerospace concepts, modifications to existing aerospace platforms and integration of cutting-edge technologies to meet the most challenging issues facing the industry today. CAeS is the wholly owned commercial arm of Cranfield University.
About Project Fresson – Demonstrating that sustainable propulsion technology has a clear route to market, Project Fresson, a UK consortium led by Cranfield Aerospace Solutions, will accelerate the journey to zero-emissions passenger-carrying service. The project is supported by the ATI Programme, a joint Government and industry investment to maintain and grow the UK’s competitive position in civil aerospace design and manufacture.