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The European manufacturer Airbus has announced plans to develop hydrogen-fuelled planes that could be operational by 2035. 

If the hydrogen used to fuel them is generated using renewable energy, this could be a way for Denmark to reach its goals. 

However it is unclear if the technology will be ready, and costs sufficiently low, for the 2030 target to be reached.

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Matt Chester on Jan 3, 2022

These are great areas to be researching, but how valuable is setting such an aggressive target when it seems evident that it has a high chance of not being reached? Even if the tech is there or close to there, it's not a lot of time to get it to scale. Does failure to reach an aggressive target end up doing more harm to the perception and investment in a tech? 

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