Thursday Apr 10
5 Honda Fit Variants You Can't Buy in the U.S.
The practical, peppy Honda Fit hatchback has been a big success since it came to the United States 2006.
Energy-producing Honda Smart Home gives more than it takes
With homes and light-vehicles accounting for roughly 44 percent of total greenhouse gases emitted in the US, neutralizing these emissions would certainly go a long way towards a clean energy future.
Video: Honda Smart Home, NJ dealer show the power of solar
Car dealerships are not usually thought of as "green" enterprises. They sell, after all, the fossil fuel-powered vehicles that account for about 18 percent of the CO2 emissions created in the US each year.
Honda 'house of the near future' unveiled at UC Davis
A 9.5kW solar photovoltaic system mounted on the roof of the Honda Smart Home at the University of California Davis will generate more energy than the home and a Honda Fit EV consume on an annual basis, due in large part to the efficient design of the home.
Honda Smart Home US Offers Vision for Zero Carbon Living and Mobility
The home, located on the West Village campus of the , is capable of producing more energy on-site from renewable sources than it consumes annually, including enough energy to power a Honda Fit EV for daily commuting.
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New Jersey colludes with the auto dealer cartel in blocking Tesla from direct sales
Tesla sells its electric cars directly to customers, no middleman, and customer demand is so brisk that a backlog of has developed.