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Laying the foundation for the next paradigm shift in the aviation sector.

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Kamran Iqbal

Founder & CEO at Electric Aviation Group

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Employees 1–5
Headquarters Bristol, England, United Kingdom
Electric Aviation Group's(EAG) mission is to be the market leader in developing sustainable technologies for the transportation industry.The team is acutely focused on hydrogen powered aviation and being the forefront of the aviation industry's drive to a greener future.EAG's broad expertise enables them to assimilate and integrate technical innovations from a wide range of sectors into operational aircraft concepts recognising the demands of Certification and Operability.EAG's immediate focus is on developing Liquid Hydrogen Storage systems,Megawatt scale Fuel Cell systems and Megawatt Scale Electric Propulsion systems for mass air transportation market in a synergistic manner to enable hydrogen powered aviation to become a reality EAG is well-positioned to consider the paradigm shift in aviation towards electric flight that will be essential if the Flightpath 2050 environmental targets are to be met.

Notable Achievements

  • Secured investments from leading global players such as Falko, CityJet, and Spirit AeroSystems (Term Sheet executed)
  • Team with 460+ years’ experience, access to public funding and industry networks
  • $400m of infrastructure support enabled by the founding team members which is essential for technology development

Currently Operating in One Region

Press Mentions

January 17, 2022

Electric Aviation Group launches fuel cell development spin-off

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December 6, 2022

SNC-Lavalin to support EAG on hydrogen technologies

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April 4, 2022

Spirit AeroSystems To Work on Electric Aviation Group's Hydrogen Airliner Plans

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January 18, 2022

Electric Aviation Group Launches Megawatt Stack Fuel Cell Systems Development Business to Accelerate Decarbonisation of the Aviation Sector - Hydrogen Central

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January 6, 2022

Electric Aviation Group to partner with the University of Nottingham on electric propulsion

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