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This firm was founded in November 2017 and hired its core team in April 2018. Val Miftakhov founded to create greener solutions and accelerate the world's transition to sustainable aviation by giving aircraft customers and airframe manufacturers a zero-emission option that serves some of the most common airline trips. 

ZeroAvia closed two additional funding rounds when they secured an initial $24.3 million to advance engine development for 40+ seat aircraft. This round was led by Horizons Ventures, and joined by a new investor British Airways. Existing investors Breakthrough Energy Ventures, Ecosystem Integrity Fund, Summa Equity, Shell Ventures, and SYSTEMIQ also participated in the financing. This initial closing was followed by the second closing of $13M in June from AP Ventures, a significant investor in breakthrough technologies across the hydrogen value chain, Alumni Ventures Group, SGH Capital, Agartha Fund LP, and existing investors Amazon's Climate Pledge Fund, Breakthrough Energy Ventures, Summa Equity, Shell Ventures, SYSTEMIQ, and Horizons Ventures. 

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Alaska Airlines donates a Q400 to ZeroAvia for development of hydrogen propulsion technology at Paine Field. Demonstration of propellers driven by HyperTruck ground-test rig.
Engines & Components

Alaska Airlines and ZeroAvia Developing World’s Largest Zero-Emission Aircraft

May 2, 2023
ZeroAvia unveils world's most advanced electric motor technology for aviation, paving way for hydrogen-electric engines for Dash 8 and similar airframes.
Zero Avia Htpem Fuel Cell Stack
Sustainable Aviation Fuel

ZeroAvia High Temperature Fuel Cell Testing Shows Large Aircraft and Rotorcraft Potential for Hydrogen-Electric Propulsion

March 9, 2023
Development unlocks large turboprop and regional jet applications, and could unlock single-aisle, zero-emission aircraft within 10 years.
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Business & General Aviation

ZeroAvia Gets CAA Green Light for Next Phase of Hydrogen-Electric Test Flights

Dec. 27, 2022
The UK’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has granted a permit to fly for ZeroAvia’s Dornier 228 aircraft, which has been retrofitted with its prototype hydrogen-electric powertrain...
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Ground Handling

ZeroAvia and Edmonton International Airport Tie Up to Bring Hydrogen-Electric Flights to Canada

July 21, 2022
Under the agreement, EIA will work with ZeroAvia to develop hydrogen infrastructure at both the main airport and Villeneuve Airport.
An Example Of Zero Avia S Hydrogen Airport Refuelling Ecosystem (hare) From Renewable Hydrogen Production To Zero Emission Flight
Fuel Distributors, Suppliers, & Manufacturers

ZeroAvia Makes Major Strides in Hydrogen Refueling with Shell Collaboration and Airport Pipeline Launch

May 10, 2022
Shell will design and build two commercial-scale mobile refuelers for use at ZeroAvia’s research and development site in Hollister, California.

ZeroAvia and ZEV Station Sign MoU to Develop Hydrogen Refueling Ecosystem at California Airports

April 6, 2022
The companies will work together on developing an initial regional airport project that represents sufficient scale to showcase how hydrogen-electric propulsion systems can deliver...

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Electric/Green Engine Technology

Washington State Grant Supports ZeroAvia Project at Paine Field

Jan. 12, 2022
The Washington State Department of Commerce awarded a $350,000 economic development grant to support ZeroAvia's site selection at Paine Field, Snohomish County. Economic Alliance...