Honda and General Motors to collaborate on making nextgeneration fuel cell technology
General Motors and Honda announced a longterm deal on Tuesday to collaborate in the creation of nextgeneration fuelcell system and hydrogen storage systems.
The automakers expect to share their economies of scale and knowledge in order to accomplish this target by 2020. "We are convinced this is the greatest means to develop this significant technology, which includes got the capacity to lessen the reliance on oil and build sustainable mobility."
"Honda and General Motors are keen to quicken the market penetration of the greatest clean freedom technology," he said. "I am excited to create this cooperation to fuse our leading fuelcell technologies and make an advanced system that'll be both more competent and less expensive."
Before this cooperation, General Motors and Honda have made progress in the area of fuelcell technology in the past few years. GM's Job Drive plan was started in 2007 and has attained 3 million driven miles in 119 hydrogenpowered vehicles, the most of any automaker.
Honda has establish a successor by 2015. (2009 World Green Car winner) and ideas to had success with its FCX Clarity.
With this cooperation, the automakers aspire to decrease oil dependence and aspire to integrate this technology in future little, medium and big vehicles.
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