Nikkei: Honda to Build Fuel Cell Trucks with Isuzu

By January 14, 2020 < 1   min read  (166 words)

January 14, 2020 |

Honda Isuzu

Japanese automakers see commercial vehicles as better suited for hydrogen power

TOKYO – According to the publication Nikkei,  “Honda Motor will work with Isuzu Motors to develop hydrogen-powered trucks, seeing more potential for fuel cell technology in commercial vehicles rather than passenger cars.”

“Honda for the first time will provide an outside company access to its fuel cells, which combine hydrogen with oxygen in the air to produce electricity. The Japanese automakers aim to bring such trucks to market as swiftly as possible.

Hydrogen-powered automobiles have been hailed as the ultimate eco-friendly transport because they emit no greenhouse gases while operating, only water.

But adoption has been blocked by the lack of a refueling infrastructure, which would be easier to create for commercial vehicles with established routes.

As truck maker Isuzu looks to commercialize a fuel cell vehicle, Honda will consider selling its system to other companies as well, including shipbuilders.”

Source: Nikkei

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