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10 TRILLION DOLLARS PER YEAR
Hydrogen could be a source of 20% of the world's energy, with a potential market size of 10 trillion dollars per year.
This presents a huge opportunity for the aviation industry to tap into.
HYSKY Society is working towards the development and adoption of hydrogen as a fuel source for the aviation industry. As the aviation industry faces increasing pressure to reduce its carbon emissions and become more sustainable, hydrogen has the potential to play a significant role in achieving these goals.
HYSKY is focused on promoting the benefits of hydrogen as a fuel source for the aviation industry and encouraging investment in the development and production of hydrogen fuel cells and hydrogen storage systems that are safe and lightweight enough to be used in aircraft. We also advocate for the development of infrastructure needed to produce, store, and distribute hydrogen fuel, enabling airlines to operate hydrogen-powered aircraft on more routes.
Our mission is to promote the use of hydrogen as a clean, sustainable and efficient energy source for the aviation industry, by providing education and resources to stakeholders, industry leaders, and the general public.
Join us in our efforts to make hydrogen-powered aviation a reality. With your support, we can make a real impact on reducing carbon emissions and promoting sustainable growth in the aviation industry.
Donate now and support our mission to make hydrogen-powered aviation a reality!
Hydrogen fuel cells are currently not as widely available as traditional fossil fuels, which can make it difficult for executives to plan for and implement the use of hydrogen in their aircraft.
HYSKY works with governments, private companies, and other organizations to help establish and develop the infrastructure needed to produce and distribute hydrogen fuel, making it more widely available to aircraft manufacturers and operators.
Hydrogen fuel cells are still a relatively new technology, and the cost of research and development can be significant. Additionally, the cost of retrofitting existing aircraft to run on hydrogen fuel, or building new aircraft specifically designed to run on hydrogen, can also be quite high.
HYSKY works with aircraft manufacturers and fuel cell developers to help lower the cost of research and development, and also provide subsidies or financial incentives to offset the cost of retrofitting existing aircraft or building new ones specifically designed to run on hydrogen fuel.
Executives may be hesitant to invest in hydrogen fuel cell technology due to concerns over how it will be regulated and how safe it will be for passengers and crew.
HYSKY works with government agencies and industry organizations to develop and promote safety standards and regulations for hydrogen fuel cells. They can also provide training and education for industry professionals on the use of hydrogen fuel and the proper handling of hydrogen fuel cells.
Benefits of becoming a member of HYSKY include:
Access to resources and expertise to help establish and develop infrastructure for producing and distributing hydrogen fuel
Influence and shape regulations and safety standards surrounding hydrogen fuel cells.
Gain a competitive advantage by positioning your company as a leader in sustainable aviation as a forward-thinking, environmentally conscious organization.
Opportunities to collaborate with other companies and organizations in the industry to lower the cost of research and development and retrofitting aircraft
Access to training and education on the use of hydrogen fuel and the proper handling of fuel cells
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