One of these first steps will be to decarbonise power generation and secure a low-carbon future by using hydrogen and fuel cells.
With new plans, Honda will install a stationary fuel cell power station on its corporate campus in California, US, by 2023.
Read more: Honda quitting Formula 1 to focus on fuel cell technology
Read more: Honda to stop production of its Clarity Fuel Cell; confirms to H2 View FCEVs will play a ‘key role’ in zero emissions strategy
The new station will operate as a proof of concept for the future commercialisation of power generation using hydrogen fuel cells and will support a range of different applications such as data centres by providing clean back up power.
The power station will utilise fuel cell components from Honda Clarity fuel cells vehicles in a four-quad parallel stationary fuel cell power generation system.
This will be capable of producing up to 1152kW-DC/1MW-AC from an inverter.
Mitsuru Kariya, Senior Vice-President in charge of the R&D Business Unit of American Honda, said, “We will leverage the expertise Honda has established in creating multiple generations of fuel cell systems for the development of a fuel cell power generation station.
“This project is an opportunity to further utilise our strengths in fuel cell technology to more quickly create, assess and advance a clean power generation system for potential commercial customers.”
Did you know H2 View is the only media publication to be recognised as an official partner of the Hydrogen Council?
This means we get exclusive columns, interviews and studies that you won’t find anywhere else. Along with our featured webinars and events, H2 View is the go to global platform for the hydrogen industry.