Honda is working with the European Youth Parliament to support its 64th International Session, taking place in Frankfurt, Germany between 30th July and 8th August. Today, a representative from Honda Motor Europe took part in an "expert hearing", giving members of the Committee on Transport and Tourism (TRAN) a chance to learn about Honda’s environmental technology and to discuss the subject of sustainable mobility.
Members of TRAN were also offered the unique opportunity to ride in the FCX Clarity, Honda’s zero emission hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle. The FCX Clarity emits no CO2, nor any other harmful emissions…the only emission is water. This experience provided the delegates of the European Youth Parliament a chance to see this revolutionary vehicle in action and to encourage them to consider the potential that fuel cell technology has to become a personal mobility solution in the post-petrol era.
Presenting to TRAN, Jane Gordon, European Public Affairs, Honda Motor Europe commented, "Today’s event highlighted the many challenges society faces across the globe to achieve sustainable mobility. Honda is keen to work with organisations such as the European Youth Parliament, to demonstrate the active part that our new technologies can play in providing solutions to these issues."