Electric Aviation and the effects on the Nordic regions

The project aims to investigate the effects on regions and local communities of implementing electric flights and look at energy capacity and other critical factors for implementation. The study will include aspects such as knowledge overview, GIS accessibility study, case studies, analysis of regional effects, and development of recommendations.

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Electric Aviation and the effects on the Nordic regions

Duration: 2022–2024
Funding: 2,1 000 000 DKK
Project partners: Nordic Energy Research, Nordregio, and University of Akureyri

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Anders Geertsen, Senior Adviser

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About Electric Aviation and the effects on the Nordic regions

The Nordic countries share challenges regarding accessibility and mobility to remote areas. The first generation electric aircrafts are small and have limited range, which is why the implementation of electric aircrafts could be a possible solution for such remote areas. The time saved by using an electric plane instead of a car or railway may be considerable, since you have…
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