Electric & Hybrid Aerospace Technology Symposium is the world’s leading international conference dedicated to ultra-low-emission aircraft technology and full-electric flight possibilities. The two-day event will cover all aspects of aerospace activity, from general aviation, eVTOL and smaller regional aircraft, to larger commercial airliners. Its purpose is to highlight the fast-paced development of hybrid propulsion and electrical subsystem architecture or MEA, and to discuss the vast research into increased electrification of aircraft and the possibilities and challenges that brings.

Now in its eighth year, Electric & Hybrid Aerospace Technology Symposium has firmly established itself as the premier event for high-level aerospace engineers, designers, leading research academics, propulsion engineers, aircraft manufacturers, heads of electrical system design and engineering, and anyone working on developing the future of aircraft technology. More than 45 expert speakers from around the world will present their views and current findings. Come and join over 200 attendees for two days of high-level networking and knowledge sharing.


The Electric & Hybrid Aerospace Technology Symposium papers will focus on but will not be limited to:

  • The possibilities created by aircraft hybridization
  • Commercial aircraft application possibilities and research
  • eVTOL propulsion and aircraft design
  • Battery technologies
  • Electric motor technologies
  • High-speed engine and turbofan technologies
  • Real-world fuel saving possibilities
  • Energy storage systems
  • Real-world fuel saving possibilities
  • Energy storage systems
  • Increasing flight range through hybridization
  • The possibilities of pure electric-only commercial and military flight
  • Safety and legislative considerations
  • Case studies on existing global electric and hybrid research programs
  • Overcoming engineering challenges
  • Best design practices
  • Investment possibilities
  • Additional advantages of increased electrification
  • Range extender technologies