10.2020 | Whether for sustainable alternative fuels, for carbon-free combustion in the gas turbine, or for zero-emission conversion into electricity in the flying fuel cell to power electric motors—MTU Aero Engines has high hopes for hydrogen in the future.
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10.2020 | Decommissioned aircraft are excellent sources of raw materials: landing gear, engines and avionics can all be used as spare parts and the remaining scrap contains valuable materials that can be recycled. In addition, upcycling can turn some elements into snazzy home furnishings.
09.2020 | MakerSpace is a high-tech workshop in Munich for inventors and creatives. It’s where MTU Aero Engines employees tinker with software, tools and machines to create prototypes of their product concepts in an environment conducive to new ideas and accomplishment.
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