Honda launches stationary fuel cell power station

Honda has begun operating a stationary fuel cell power station on its corporate campus in Torrance, California, marking its first step toward future commercialisation of zero-emission backup power generation.

The initiative leverages Honda’s hydrogen fuel cell technology expertise and contributes to the company’s global goal to achieve carbon neutrality for all products and corporate activities by 2050.

Now fully operational as a demonstration program, Honda’s fuel cell power station supplies backup power to the data center on the campus of American Honda Motor Co. Watch a video here.

In future, Honda will begin applying a next-generation stationary fuel cell system to Honda manufacturing facilities and data centers globally, thereby reducing the company’s greenhouse gas emissions.

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