Yeah but it wasn’t because of the design concept of connecting two turbines to one transmission. It’s a proven design in other applications, they just chose the wrong gearbox. For all we know, just one engine powering that particular gearbox would’ve created “excessive wear.” They really closed up shop because they ran out of cash. Even if the testing phase went flawless, I doubt they would’ve survived. Whole thing reminds me of the Delorean. Get a bunch of cash from the British Govt, set up a manufacturing facility in Northern Ireland, then run out of cash to lack of investors. Both were ahead of the times in design and manufacturing and both had their own teething problems because of it.