The interest sparked by some of Australia’s most respected financial reporters shows the company is on track to revolutionise the global aviation industry and provide it with one of the world’s first carbon-free solutions.
“The completion of the feasibility study and the strategic partnership with FalconAir marks a monumental step towards developing a technology that will lead to the decarbonisation of the aviation industry, which contributes 2.5 per cent to global emissions,” says Aviation H2 Director, Dr Helmut Mayer. “We now have a hangar, options for purchasing an aeroplane and a clear plan for how we want to build the aircraft.”
Once the test flight is successful in the middle of 2023, Aviation H2 will have a patentable method for modifying aircraft so they operate on carbon-free fuel. They will quickly seek to certify and commercialise this product via a planned public listing on a major exchange in Q4 of 2023.