Net Zero Aviation l University of Nottingham
From Katherine Auer
The UK was the first major aviation sector in the world to commit to net zero CO₂ by 2050. Achieving net zero aviation will take coordinated and determined action, taking in clean aircraft technologies and propulsion systems, sustainable aviation fuels, advances in materials, manufacturing and aircraft maintenance and more efficient airspace and airport operations.
At the University of Nottingham we have sector-leading strengths in these fields.
With the support of partners including Boeing, Airbus, Rolls-Royce and Leonardo, our ambition is to make the East Midlands the world’s foremost location for low-carbon aerospace innovation.
Discover how our researchers will deliver a new generation of aircraft - clean, sustainable, safe and silent – and help the world achieve its zero carbon targets.
Find out more here.