Electrically-powered aircraft mean lower carbon emissions and cleaner air, benefiting European citizens.
Clean Sky’s project AddMan successfully closed this year, having developed an airframe component that is much lighter.
Designing aircraft that are powered by electricity and simultaneously satisfy weight and safety requirements is a tricky task.
In September 2020 a full scale ground cabin demonstrator for more affordable small aircraft was built and assembled.
Each year, the Award recognises PhD candidates whose work reflects the values of Clean Sky and will bring us closer to achieving Clean Sky’s ambitious goal: climate-neutral aviation by 2050.
Clean Sky's Tech TP engine demonstrator project paves the way for a 100% European-built engine.
The RACER is designed to achieve the best possible trade-off between speed, cost efficiency, sustainability and effectiveness.
One of Clean Sky’s goals is to reduce noise from aircraft by 20-30%, and the PIANO project has taken up the challenge.
What if there was a technology that helped airlines to calculate the best fuel-saving practices? Could fuel consumption be reduced by just a few tweaks?
Clean Sky 2’s Advanced Landing Gears project focuses on the electrification of landing gears.
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