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Manufacturers of electrical and H2 Ultralight and LSA Aircrafts.

A new concept has come to the ultralight community: the electrical driven aircraft. So far all electric and H2 hydrogen fuel cell related stuff will be put together in this group. You will also find arthicles about this subject here and related stuff as well as associations supporting this new concept.

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The Amp is a two-seat electric Special Light-Sport Aircraft (SLSA). The design is for a super quiet (<65 dBa), comfortable, safe, efficient and green aircraft.


Cafe Foundation

CAFE Foundation creates and advances the understanding of personal aircraft technologies through research, analysis, and education.



EADA’s mission is to advance the development of electric flight by promoting and facilitating the safety, interests and activities of electric aviation.


The technology of electric motors and high capacity batteries has finally reached the level of development where pure electric flight is now possible. - The ElectraFlyer trike now makes this dream a reality!



The purpose of ELECTRAVIA is to design a range of light aircrafts such as single-seater ULM and two-seater aeroplane, equipped with electric powerplants and silent propellers. Those will be manufactured by ELECTRAVIA with an overall eco-design approach in order to commercialize them worldwide. First product : ElectroTrike, ultralight with electric engine



"The impact of electric propulsion on the design and manufacture of future aircraft will be greater than that of the invention of the jet engine"

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EMG-5 from Tangent Aircraft

A single seat twin-engine electric motor glider made of carbonfiber and aluminium.



The ENFICA-FC (ENvironmentally Friendly Inter-City Aircraft), an project of Politecnico di Torino (Italy) leaded by Prof. Romeo world-first aircraft powered by fuel cells finally made its test flight and immediately setted new world speed record.


Equator Aircraft

The Norwegian Equator P2 Excursion electric driven LSA Amphibian aircraft.


Exelec from Alpaero

A 225 kg ultralight single-seat electric driven glider.


Greenwing International

Our eSpyder single-seat and e430 two-seat aircraft make use of the leading electric propulsion technologies developed by Yuneec International.


Lazair Amphibian

The Lazair - The first electric amphibia in the world.


Le Pou électrique

The electric Pou du ciel.


MC30E form Electravia

The MC30E Firefly is equipped with a complete electric propulsion system ELECTRAVIA. Empty weight of the aircraft incuding batteries : 113 kg (248,6 lbs)



The goal of the SkySpark project is to design and build a complete “ecological” aircraft in order to set a world record. All systems will be entirely electrically powered


Solar Flight

Sunship, Sunseeker I, Sunseeker II and Edelweiss, all powered by the sun. Read more.



Around the world in a solar airplane (not an ultralight airplane). - In a world depending on fossil energies, the Solar Impulse project is a paradox, almost a provocation.


Taurus Electro

First flights of the Taurus Electro, the first two (2) seat self launching glider with electric engine in the World are behind us.


The Elektra One

At the AirVenture in Oshkosh (August 2009) Calin Gologan introduces his new E-Plane Family, electric powered aircrafts: the Elektra One (1-seater), Elektra Two (2-seater) and Elektra Four (4-seater).


Ultra-e from Protoplane

Making an electric aircraft is very difficult, because one pound of mogas stores the same energy as 54 pounds of the best space designed Lithium-Ion battery cells ; So Ultra-e focus on the objective of running 280 km (174 mi) at 160 km/h (100 mhp) with 21 kWh, equivalent to 3,2 l of mogas (0,85 USG).


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