Honda Will Participate In COP21 Exhibition Of Low Carbon Solutions

Posted: Dec 1 2015, 6:51am CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles


Honda Will Participate in COP21 Exhibition of Low Carbon Solutions
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  • Honda announces participation in COP21 LA GALERIE exhibition!

The exhibition by WE is a platform for low carbon solutions to take place during the COP21.

Honda will be a part of the 21st session of the Conference of the Parties to the UNFCCC. The conference is also known as the COP21. The COP21 also hosts a LA GALERIE exhibition where automakers share low carbon emission solutions.

The COP21 will take place in Paris, France on the 30th of November, 2015. According to Honda they will exhibit their energy management technologies. The technologies will promote a society which "generates" and "uses" hydrogen as a main source of energy.

The society will also use hydrogen as a way to get connected. The LA GALERIE by WE is a platform for solutions of CO2 emissions reduction and energy conservation. The exhibition also works to address the issues of climate change facing all countries around the globe. 

Honda has long been trying to reduce CO2 through electrification of mobility products. Honda has been making progress in the development of energy management technologies. Honda believes it can utilize renewable energy including hydrogen.

Using hydrogen will be beneficial in solving environmental issues of the international society. Honda will set up a booth at the exhibition. At the booth Honda will display case studies of its CO2 reduction and energy conservation efforts. Honda aims to propose a solution to global environmental issues. 

Honda will also showcase products equipped with technology to use hydrogen as a fuel. The original Smart Hydrogen Station (SHS) by Honda will also be displayed. The Power Creator can generate hydrogen from renewable energy. 

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