Charging electric planes for a green future


Nrg2fly will make sustainable e-flying between 3.000 places in Europe attainable and accessible

E-flying will be an alternative and new mobility option

E-flying will make a breakthrough in the next 10 years. And if it is up to Nrg2fly we will make it sustainable right away

On the one hand, e-flying will serve as an alternative to fossil travel. About 80% of flights within Europe are less than 1,000km. E-flying has the potential to replace these conventional flights within five to ten years. On the other hand, e-flying will be a new mobility option for distances of 200-500 km. This will enable passengers to travel climate-neutral, not only between major airports but also between smaller, regional hubs.

The signs are advantageous. Locally, there is an increasing supply of renewable energy from sun and wind. The development of battery technology above 400Wh per kg is going fast. And there are more and more innovative charging options to get that energy into these batteries.  

Although that doesn't happen by itself

Sustainable e-flying can only become a serious alternative if there is a network of regional airports, with a charging infrastructure and a considerable energy capacity, preferably generated locally and sustainably.  To ensure international interoperability, a charging standard is required. Large batteries are needed to absorb the fluctuations in supply and demand and to relieve the local network. And if the battery capacity will increase, the charging infrastructure must be prepared for that

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