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Dirigible deal targets carbon free uses
H2 Clipper proposes to integrate existing technologies with innovative manufacturing techniques to develop a high speed, high altitude, multi mission, hydrogen powered dirigible capable of staying aloft for extended periods using no fossil fuels.
"We are extremely pleased to partner with H2 Clipper," said Martha Daniel, President and CEO of IMRI. "IMRI has a rich history working with companies that offer new and innovative solutions; H2 Clipper is clearly one such company. They are at the forefront of the 'Hydrogen Revolution' and we are excited to be part of their team."
H2 Clipper Founder and Chairman Rinaldo Brutoco said, "We're confident that by teaming with IMRI, we can create an airship that fills a host of military and commercial needs. Our dirigible will revolutionize distribution and storage of hydrogen -- an 'energy carrier' -- that can unlock the potential of wind, solar, and other renewable energy sources. Presently, those energy sources lack economical storage and the ability to get energy to market."
"Teaming with IMRI is a great opportunity for H2 Clipper and we believe it will benefit America," said R.J. Colucci, retired Navy Captain and CEO of H2 Clipper. Colucci continued, "As a team, we will deliver a unique asset that meets requirements of various government agencies and commercial projects. With one development effort, we can dramatically reduce costs while providing a multi-function, high performance airship that reduces dependence on fossil fuel and non-renewable energy."
IMRI was founded in 1992 to provide private industry and government the highest quality technology, cyber security and engineering services. Headquartered in Aliso Viejo, CA, IMRI, a Service Disabled Veteran Owned, Economically Disadvantaged Woman Owned, Small Disadvantaged Business, offers an across the board selection of professional engineering services that combine to deliver complete, fully integrated solutions.
H2 Clipper, Inc is an aerospace development company that leverages existing technology and proprietary carbon fiber production processes to build a uniquely capable aircraft for commercial, humanitarian, and military missions.