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The international think-tank Energy Transitions Commission (ETC) argues that fossil-fuel jet fuel — refined kerosene — can be replaced with carbon-neutral technology by 2050. There are some big names involved as delivering the route to net zero is put to the test.

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Matt Chester on Mar 23, 2020

But despite the problem with the energy-to-weight ratio, it is widely agreed that battery-powered planes — charged using renewable energy — will be used for short-haul flights within the next ten to 20 years.

I'm curious why the short-haul flights would be using battery if the hydrogen fuels for longer flights might be available. Would it simply be more cost-effective? Or are these in development in case the hydrogen fuels aren't widely available and they want to decarbonize the short-haul flights sooner?

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