Honda Motor Co., Ltd., today announced that it has developed a new flexible
fuel vehicle (FFV) system that enables gasoline engine-based power plants to
operate on either 100 percent ethanol or a wide range of ethanol-gasolin...
Good afternoon, everyone. Thank you very much for taking the time to make the
long trip to visit us here at the Tochigi R&D Center.
More than 35 years ago, I began my career at Honda R&D as part of a team
creating a cleaner-burnin...
The United States Green Building Council today presented Honda R&D Americas, Inc. (HRA) with the first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) gold certification ever awarded in the state of Ohio. The 14,400 sq. ft. central ...
Honda today announced plans to advance toward its "2010 Vision" for North American automobile operations, in conjunction with a wider global strategy announced in Japan today by Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
Honda's North American plan include...
Signaling a rapid advancement in its fuel
cell vehicle technology, Honda today announced that
it will begin production in Japan of its next generation FCX hydrogen powered
fuel cell vehicle (FCV) in three to four years. The F...
Thank you and good afternoon everyone.
Honda has long enjoyed a special relationship with our customers in America.
And we are a better company because of the many challenges we have faced to
meet their needs. In 2004, we marked t...
Honda has released its 2005 North American Environmental Report covering the company's performance during the fiscal year ending March 31, 2005. This comprehensive report, now available for download on Honda's Corporate Web site at www.h...
Further advancing its vision of
a gasoline- and emissions-free transportation future, Honda R&D Americas,
Inc., in conjunction with technology partner Plug Power Inc., today introduced
the Home Energy Station III, which provi...
Honda announced today that all hydrogen fuel
cell-powered 2005 FCX vehicles will be equipped with a Honda developed navigation
system. This new navigation system is the first in the world to incorporate
the location of hydrog...
Honda sets advanced-technology and environmental standards by offering first fuel cell powered car to individual customer in Los Angeles
Zero-emissions FCX is the only fuel cell vehicle certified by the U.S. EPA and CARB for reg...
American Honda today announced the lease
of two Honda FCX fuel cell (FC) vehicles to the city of Las Vegas. The announcement
was made in a ceremony held today with Las Vegas Mayor Oscar B. Goodman. The
city of Las Vegas will ...
American Honda Motor Co., today was recognized
by the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) as the 2004 Greenest Automaker in
the organization's biennial ranking of car manufacturers' environmental
performance. It's the third con...
American Honda today announced the second
anniversary of its relationship with the city of Los Angeles as the first customer
for its hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicle, the Honda FCX, the world's
most advanced fuel cell vehic...
American Honda today announced the lease of
two 2005 Honda FCX fuel cell vehicles to the state of New York, the first state
customer for Honda fuel cell technology and the first customer for a fuel cell
vehicle in the Northea...
Honda R&D Americas and Plug Power Inc. (NASDAQ: PLUG)
today announced that they have began successful operation of the second-generation
Home Energy Station (HES II) located at Plug Power's corporate headquarters
American Honda Motor Co., Inc.,
announced today the delivery of a Honda FCX, the world's most advanced
hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicle, to the city of Chula Vista.
The city of Chula Vista will lease the vehicle for a period ...
The Honda OHV & Environmental Learning Center teaches riders of all brands
the proper operation of off-highway motorcycles and ATVs in a realistic setting
designed to instill in them a responsible land-use ethic.
Honda's approach to rider safety and training can be summed up in a single
sentence: Top-quality products combined with responsible, skilled riding result
in the most enjoyable motorcycling experience possible. The firm's actions...
The 2005 Honda FCX, the world's most advanced production fuel cell vehicle,
is once again breaking new ground with power supplied by Honda's all-new,
originally developed fuel cell stack (Honda FC Stack) capable of starting and