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This is the ambitious plan of Norway to have the first fleet of aircraft electrical of the world

This is the ambitious plan of Norway to have the first fleet of aircraft electrical of the world

The idea is that, by 2040, all flights of short distance in region operate with propulsion electronics

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Norway seeks to revolutionize aviation industry. In past month of June, Oslo became scene of first flight of an aircraft electric power in country. It was an aircraft two-seater. In one of ir seats was minister of Transport Norwegian, Ketil Solvik-Olsen. To his side, head of state-owned company Avinor, Dag Falk-Petersen.

This aircraft was just a prototype, but it was first step of a very ambitious goal: to be first country to create a fleet of aircraft electrical commercial size. In Norway working against clock, since Airbus has also moved a similar tab. The international company is developing E-Fan, X, in association with giants Siemens and Rolls-Royce, which will be a hybrid between a conventional airplane, and electric. With financial support by british Government of over 280 million, company expects to have it ready for 2020.

The plan, Norway will need five more years, until 2025. But you intend to go beyond, to ensure that all ir domestic flights are 100% electric. The new airline Norwegian will have between 25 and 30 seats, and from Avinor, which operates largest part of civilian airports in Norway, show confident that will be a reality: "We are sure that a plane like that can be electrified," says director of company to BBC.

If you finally get to be first, Airbus might repent of having given him a not at Avinor three years ago. And is that Falk-Petersen account that its Board of directors was to Airbus, in Toulouse, receiving response "that had already been working a lot on this air". As a result, "y decided to have a program to electrify flights in Norway." The idea is that, by 2040, all flights of short distance in region operate with propulsion electronics.

The scandinavian country is optimal for development of this model. Being a mountainous territory, with nearby islands and a climate that makes it difficult to transport on land- third part of nation is found in areas of glacial-, scheduled a large number of flights of short distance each day, making it an attractive market for Avinor.

And this coincides with commitment of Norway with eco-transport: four out of ten electric cars sold in country are electric.

Publish Date : 26 Ağustos 2018 Pazar 12:03

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