Bye Energy, Inc., which is developing an electric and hybrid powerplant for GA, has relocated its headquarters to the TacAir 8 building at Centennial Airport (APA) in Englewood, Colo.
The larger facility allows Bye Energy additional space for engineering and administrative staff in support of “The Green Flight Project”, which launched in February and is intended to enhance the development of a commercial electric and electric-hybrid propulsion system (EHPS) for light general aviation application.
George Bye, CEO of Bye Energy, said five jobs were added in conjunction with the move and expansion of The Green Flight Project. “This effort is not just an accelerator for renewable energy and general aviation,” he said. “It is an economic accelerator as well.”
Work on the initial phase of the project, an all-electric proof of concept demonstrator, is being performed at the Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum hangar at Centennial Airport, not far from the new Bye Energy headquarters.
For more information: ByeEnergy.com.