To support green campaign in UK, Honda opens new hydrogen refueling station for the FCX Clarity in Swindon – UK. Well, it all started when other fellow Japanese automaker – Mitsubishi – has joint-agreement to provide i-MiEV as the government vehicles. With FCX Clarity, Honda wants to do the same thing, not with the government, but for the average people who care about the global warming and the increasing gas emissions on Earth.
Honda FCX Clarity is somewhat different from other electric vehicles. Its powered with hydrogen and the only emission comes out from the electric vehicle is water. Since then, the hydrogen becomes major focus for Honda and they are delightful to open the first access of hydrogen refueling station in UK.
The hydrogen refueling station for Honda FCX Clarity is operated by UK industrial gases company – BOC, which is a member of the Linde Group. The joint-venture is partnership between Honda, BOC, and Forward Swindon – an economic development company.
The hydrogen refueling station in Swindon – UK is not only for Honda FCX Clarity, but also for other car powered by this fuel. The refueling station is able to fill electric vehicle both at 350 bar and 700 bar as these two standards are the customary filling pressures suggested by the world’s major vehicle manufacturers.
So, now the owners of Honda FCX Clarity electric vehicle can drive the road calmly as they don’t have to worry to run out of hydrogen fuel cell.