How Bristol Airport can become an Airport Hydrogen Hub will be determined by a new partnership of Airbus, easyJet, and EDF’s Hynamics. This UK project now joins a network of ‘ZEROe’ agreements that Airbus has reached with various airports in Europe and Asia Pacific to explore hydrogen technology. The project brings together a network of hydrogen experts to assess the local and global hydrogen supply chains, forecast future hydrogen powered aircraft traffic, and explore how a hydrogen supply at Bristol Airport could also power other forms of transport, such as HGVs and other heavy vehicles. By bringing together the Airport, the airline easyJet, manufacturer Airbus, and hydrogen generator Hynamics, the project creates a unique partnership to assess how hydrogen technology can be best used under ‘real world’ conditions. The project is one of several being taken forward as part of Hydrogen South West, a cross-sector consortium of companies that is working to develop a hydrogen economy in our region.