The European air travel company Edas announced that it will produce the first hydrogen airbus, a passenger airliner that will use alternative energy in response to the oil shortage. Edas will work with scientists from the University of Glasgow to create the new fuel storage system for this project.
Edas is planning its first test flight of the hydrogen-powered airbus in 2014. As the pressure from waning oil resources increases, we expect to see many more of these futuristic plane concepts take shape faster than expected.
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