Honda Motor Case Study

December 2011
Honda Case Study: The Future of Hydrogen Fuel Cell Cars;Dec2011, p1
Case Study
Case Study
The article presents a case study of Honda Motor Co. Ltd. which developed Honda FCX car powered by a fuel cell that during a chemical reaction produces a mixture of hydrogen, oxygen, and electric current. It mentions that the car produces no emissions and water is produced as a side effect. It informs that Honda Fuel Cell Vehicle (FCV) is the first FCV mass produced car. It also highlights the history of fuel cells including alkaline fuel cell (AFC) and phosphoric acid fuel cell (PAFC).


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