Honda Smart Home With Fit EV, Solar, and ESS – Presentation Videos
A few years ago, Honda and the University of California, Davis launched a Smart Home project focused on energy efficiency.
A great amount of the efficiency solutions were part of the project, including a 9.5 kW solar rooftop installation and an electric car – in this case, a Honda Fit EV, with both a charging station and an energy storage system present.
The project was recently presented by Auto 0-60’s Javier Mota (the first video concern the home, and the second one the garage specifically).
More about the Honda Smart Home US here.
“Honda Smart Home US, construction of which began in April 2013, will serve as a residence for a member of the UC Davis community, whose selection will soon be announced. The fully-furnished home comes equipped with a Honda Fit EV battery electric vehicle for the resident’s daily transportation.”
“In addition to showcasing Honda’s vision for sustainable, zero-carbon living and personal mobility, the home will function as a living laboratory where the company, along with researchers from UC Davis and Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E), will evaluate new technologies and business opportunities at the intersection of housing, transportation, energy and the environment.”
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