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TULIPS - DemonsTrating lower pollUting soLutions for sustaInable airPorts acrosS Europe

In the years to come, the aviation sector will have to solve many challenges related to carbon footprint. Airports, knowledge institutions, and industry partners across Europe are now joining forces in the TULIPS project, led by Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, to make aviation more sustainable.

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Low and zero-emission solutions for vehicles are one of the measures that airports, knowledge institutions, and industry partners will look at together. The project will also test solutions for charging electrified aircraft and for new hydrogen technology, as well as looking at opportunities to contribute to increased production and use of sustainable aviation fuels. TULIPS will also have projects on circular use of materials. The entire journey of passengers and cargo will be examined, with solutions proposed for an optimal mix of multi-modal solutions.

You can read more about TULIPS on the project website, and the recording of the TULIPS launch event "Sustainable airport challenge" is available here.

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2022 - 2025

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 101036996.