By Jemima Owen-Jones2018-05-22T15:41:00+01:00
Honda’s Clarity Series – the plug-in hybrid, fuel cell and electric vehicles – have been awarded the 2018 California Air Quality Award for Corporate Environmental Stewardship by the Coalition for Clean Air.
The Coalition for Clean Air is a non-profit organisation committed to the advancement of technology, laws and environmental practices, helping promote clean, healthy air for California. So far in 2018, 56% of Clarity sales have been in California.
Joseph K. Lyou, President and CEO at Coalition for Clean Air, said, “The Coalition for Clean Air is proud to recognise Honda with a California Air Quality Award. By leading the way in fuel efficiency among all major carmakers and committing to having two-thirds of its global automobile sales to be electrified vehicles by 2030, Honda has set a gold standard for others to follow.”
Each Clarity variant has a spacious five-seat interior, outfitted with premium, environmentally responsible materials.
Honda Clarity Series
Toyota and Honda are collaborating with Shell Oil for the construction of seven new hydrogen (H2) stations in Northern California.
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