Rolls-Royce and German state partner for hybrid-electric propulsion systems

They have agreed to establish facilities for development, testing and production, creating an industrial ecosystem for hybrid-electric propulsion systems in Dahlewitz and the Lusatia region for the aviation sector

Rolls-Royce and Shell in sustainable aviation fuel push towards net zero

They aim to progress the use of sustainable aviation fuel and explore opportunities to provide decarbonisation solutions to meet their targets to achieve net zero emissions by 2050

Rolls-Royce pledges £80m to develop aviation energy storage tech

Its energy storage systems are expected to enable aircrafts to undertake zero emission flights of more than 100 miles on a single charge

Rolls-Royce starts work on ‘world’s largest’ aerospace engine for more efficient flights

The technology is designed to offer a 25% fuel efficiency improvement compared with the company’s first-generation engine

Rolls-Royce and Tecnam team up to deliver all-electric passenger aircraft in 2026

The project will look to cover all elements of developing and delivering an all-electric passenger aircraft that could be used in the Norwegian market from 2026

Rolls-Royce to test 100% sustainable aviation fuel

The tests aim to confirm unblended sustainable aviation fuel makes a significant contribution to improving the environmental performance of gas turbine engines

British restoration firm unveils ‘world’s first’ electric classic Rolls Royce

James Warren, Director of Communications at Lunaz spoke to FNZ about the technology that converts vintage models into zero-emission vehicles

Rolls-Royce launches new unit for innovative and net zero solutions

The Power Lab will concentrate on the development of cutting-edge technologies, with a strong emphasis on fuel cell systems and the production and deployment of synthetic fuels based on renewable energy

Rolls-Royce commits to net zero carbon across its operations by 2030

The car giant plans to use 100% renewable energy and closed-loop techniques on metals to help drive down its environmental impacts

Rolls-Royce plans mini-nuclear reactors for UK by 2029

The firm said the deployment of small modular reactors could make build costs more predictable and affordable, lowering the price of electricity for consumers