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Honda sees fuel cell technology as its future

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Honda has announced a goal of making battery-electric and fuel cell electric vehicles 100 percent of its vehicle sales by 2040, up from 40 percent in 2030 and 80 percent in 2035.

Honda sees fuel cell technology as yet another cornerstone in the fight to achieve carbon neutrality, with the hope that hydrogen will become a more generally embraced renewable energy source.

Honda has a long history of research, production, and commercialization of fuel cell technology, and by expanding its lineup of FCVs and using fuel cell systems for a wide range of applications, including commercial trucks and stationary and movable power sources, while continuing its current partnership with GM, Honda will aim to reduce costs and realize a “hydrogen society” by expanding its lineup of FCVs and by using fuel cell systems for a wide range of applications, including commercial trucks and stationary and movable power sources.

Honda will also be involved in encouraging the use of hydrogen in addition to electricity, as different scenarios for expanding the use of renewable energy are feasible.

Arnes Biogradlija
Creative Content Director at EnergyNews.Biz

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