Hydrogen is called the “ultimate clean energy,” as it is easily converted to electricity, has high power, and does not emit CO2.
Honda has been researching hydrogen and fuel cell technology for over 30 years and has developed a compact and highly durable fuel cell system that can operate at -30°C (-22°F).
The fuel cell system is utilized not only in passenger cars, but also in heavy-duty trucks. Honda is working toward carbon neutrality of commercial vehicles, which account for about 40% of all CO2 emissions from automobiles.
Hydrogen is also utilized in fields that require large amounts of energy, such as construction machinery and stationary power stations. Honda will accelerate its efforts to make society carbon neutral.