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Flying Whales

Another historical sequel... and yes it makes sense. I have been repeating that we are about to enter the hydrogen economy, this is another example. We have figured out how to stabilize this tiny gas which is packed with enormous potential power punch!

The Zeppelins of the past are back again, but the sequel is better than the original. For areas without rail service, or hard to reach regions or where traditional airlift is not as urgent -- this 60 ton capacity Flying Whale is a French solution on display at the France Pavilion Expo 2020. Coming to skies near you?

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