Energy is the engine of business and society. We are committed to the development and implementation of renewable energy projects throughout our company.
Six Years Later, Honda Still Learning From Smart Home
When the Honda Smart Home was launched in 2013 as a “living laboratory,” Honda was literally breaking new ground with a bevy of environmental technologies, some of them very experimental. Six years and three sets of occupants later, Honda is sharing its five key learnings from the California project.
Honda’s Legacy of Environmental Product Awards
The new Honda CR-V was named the 2020 Green SUV of the Year by Green Car Journal, adding another to a celebrated list of environmental awards earned by Honda and Acura automobiles over the past decade. Click below to see the history of the products that have earned environmental awards
“Fun to drive” is at the core of our DNA, but sustainability is in our nature. That’s why Honda is committed to environmentally responsible vehicles and using alternative-fuel vehicles as part of our progress toward a zero-carbon-emissions future. Check out some of our latest innovations below.
Turning wind into energy
Honda became the first U.S. automaker to derive a significant amount of power from wind turbines on its own property when two turbines began operation at our transmission plant in Russells Point, Ohio. Click below for a video detailing the turbines’ use at Honda.