Takeaways:

  • Pratt & Whitney Canada has signed an agreement with consulting firm Ricardo to co-develop hybrid-electric aircraft technology.
  • They are aiming for a 30% improvement in fuel efficiency and a reduction in carbon dioxide emissions.
  • “We’re delighted to have signed this deal with Pratt & Whitney Canada. It represents a significant milestone for our business, as we look to expand our capabilities and footprint in North America and explore new opportunities supporting the decarbonisation of the global aerospace sector,” said Adrian Schaffer, the President of Emerging Mobility at Ricardo.

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