Embraer projects towards sustainability world and amazes aeronautical engineers with aircraft that promise to be the future of aviation.
The Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer is preparing for the future with a range of four green aircraft concepts. The first of them could be working by the year 2026.
In this sense, Embraer presents its new range of aircraft with different propulsion technologies, the first being electric propulsion, another hybrid-electric propulsion, the third hydrogen propulsion, and a fourth with hydrogen propulsion or SAF / JetA turbine.
At the same time, each of these concepts presents almost zero levels of CO2 emissions. In the case of hybrid-electric aircraft, the CO2 reduction is 90%.
In the electric model and the hydrogen propulsion model, there are zero CO2 emissions. Finally, the hydrogen or gas turbine propulsion model could reduce CO2 emissions in the environment by 100%.
Green planes for the not-too-distant future
The airplanes are projected in different stages, the first for 2026 where the first electric airplane it’s a fact.
Other models will arrive a few years later: the hybrid-electric model by 2030, another fully electric aircraft, and the hydrogen-powered model by 2035. Then by 2040, the gas turbine will be flying.
This is a fairly ambitious project on the part of the Brazilian company. Therefore, this is an opportunity to sustain its foundations and commitments to the environment and, the future of aviation.
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