Blog: Dave LeggettBottled exhaust water, courtesy of Honda

Dave Leggett | 16 May 2014

Okay, there are some issues with hydrogen fuel cells as a viable automotive powertrain fuel. Infrastructure is one big one and it's also going to be an expensive indulgence for those automakers who decide to dip their toes in. But you have to hand it to Honda for this clever bit of marketing based on the fact that a by-product of fuel cell operation is water. Thanks go to my colleague Dan Windross for finding this one.

Honda creates own bottled water brand using hydrogen car exhaust emissions

Sectors: Technology/R&D

Companies: Honda

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