Airline executives have unveiled a new agreement that might enable hydrogen-powered aircraft in Jersey.

A “partnership to reinvent aviation in the Channel Islands with clean hydrogen” has been announced by Ports of Jersey, Blue Islands Limited, and Universal Hydrogen.

The technology was supposed to convert Jersey’s Blue Islands’ aircraft to utilize hydrogen, according to the bosses. They anticipate that it will be a step toward Blue Islands having zero emissions.

A letter of intent between Universal Hydrogen and Blue Islands Limited outlines a proposal to “use Universal Hydrogen’s aircraft conversion kits.”

The technical and commercial terms of the arrangement include the intention to buy five conversion kits from Universal Hydrogen as well as fuel services to deliver hydrogen without modifying the current airport infrastructure.

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