TT Electronics wins aerospace power project

 TT Electronics wins aerospace power project

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By Nick Flaherty

TT Electronics in the UK has won a ‘substantial’ funding award for aerospace power as part of a £200 million joint government and industry investment plan.

The funding, which will be delivered through the Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI) Programme, is being awarded to Aerospace R&D projects across the UK that support the development of energy efficient and zero-carbon aircraft technology.

The project will advance the research and development of technology to support electrical power conversion and electric machines for future more electric and all electric aircraft operating at higher voltages. Key work for aerospace power is handled at the TT Electronics factory in Manchester,

 “As a trusted partner to global OEMs in the aviation sector, we have a long history of developing cutting-edge power solutions that drive efficiency and performance.” commented Julian Thomas, Engineering Director at TT Electronics. “The funding will directly support our power conversion product and technology roadmap, developed in collaboration with Government organisations and industry partners, to facilitate greater electrification of aircraft and aircraft systems.”

 “As the global aviation sector intensifies its focus on reducing carbon emissions, TT Electronics stands poised to play a pivotal role in this transformation by harnessing our expertise in power electronics and dedication to solving technology challenges for a more sustainable world,” added Michael Leahan, Chief Operating Officer at TT Electronics.

“We are honoured to receive this funding, which will empower us to accelerate the development and deployment of solutions that are essential for achieving the industry’s net zero emission goals.”


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