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    Honda plans vehicle charging stations and electric vehicles

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    Honda is literally running towards a green horizon, turning stones over, exposing the greener side. The company, in an effort further reduce Co2 emissions, is now planning for vehicle charging stations. Along with the charging stations, Honda’s Japanese trail will … Continue reading3

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    Honda Air Concept car powered by compressed air

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    Ever thought of driving a roller-coaster around? Well, maybe this one lacks the drops and loops, but the experience of driving the Honda Air Concept might just seem the same! The concept vehicle by Honda, inspired by roller-coasters, was sketched … Continue reading3

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    Honda plans to release plug-in hybrid and EV in U.S. and Japan and begin test runs

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    CEO of Honda, Takanobu Ito announced the company’s intentions to introduce a mid-size plug-in hybrid and an electric commuter vehicle in the U.S and Japan, towards the end of next year 2012. The company also plans to push up its … Continue reading3

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    Honda develops conceptual home-based recharging station powered by solar panels

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    We’ve heard of a few automobile companies like Honda, GM, Toyota and Mercedes developing residential hydrogen-refueling stations. Here’s a closer look into what Honda are working on. Owning a Honda hydrogen-powered automobile, like the FCX Clarity can be a bit … Continue reading3

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    Honda ASIMO, the heart-throb at Honda’s Green Car Challenge in Romania

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    The awesome ASIMO humanoid robot does have a heart, a green one that is. The Honda creation recently waved the flags, at Honda’s Green Car Challenge in Romania. And that’s not all! ASIMO also cheered on the competitors, tirelessly throughout … Continue reading3

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    Honda’s EV-neo electric scooter prototyped

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    Do you love the environment? Are you scared that your pizza delivery guy will probably burn a load of fuel on his way to your doorstep? Well, you won’t have to worry anymore about how much fuel your pizza guy … Continue reading3

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    Honda’s ENEPO EU9iGB is a portable butane-canister powered generator

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    Honda has come up with a new compact generator. Known as the ENEPO EU9iGB, this generator powers-up using butane-canisters instead of gas-fuel. Moving the generator around is a piece of cake thanks to its compact size, two base wheels and … Continue reading3

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    Honda’s new eco-friendly hybrid vehicle, the CR-Z

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    Honda is here with yet another hybrid vehicle. Eager to set the road ablaze, the CR-Z Hybrid by Honda Motor Co. Ltd will enter the markets in Japan on Friday, February 26, 2010. The car uses a 1.5-liter i-VTEC engine … Continue reading3

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    Honda builds solar hydrogen stations

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    Honda has always vouched for the usage of hydrogen fuel cells as a solution to zero emissions mobility. They have now developed a new version of solar hydrogen station that can be used at home. In about eight hours, it … Continue reading3

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    Scott Niedermayer, the Canadian Olympic hockey team captain gets a Honda FCX

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    The captain of the 2010 Canadian Olympic hockey team, Scott Niedermayer is all smiles. And this time, its’ not the goals and victories making him smile. It’s the delivery of his new Honda FCX Clarity Fuel Cell electric vehicle. Using … Continue reading3

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