Representatives from Honda and University of California, Davis prepare to break ground for the Honda Smart Home US

Representatives from Honda and University of California, Davis prepare to break ground for the Honda Smart Home US, using shovels made from recycled Honda Civic parts. The Honda Smart Home US will showcase environmental innovation and renewable energy enabling technologies that demonstrate Honda's vision for sustainable, zero-carbon living and personal mobility, including the use of solar power to charge a Honda Fit EV battery electric vehicle. From left to right: Mark Modera, Director, Western Cooling Efficiency Center; Michael Siminovitch, Director, California Lighting Technology Center; Nicole Woolsey Biggart, Director, Energy Efficiency Center; Steve Center, vice president, Honda Environmental Business Development Office; Michael Koenig, Smart Home project leader, Honda Environmental Business Development Office; and Aki Yasuoka, advisor, Honda Environmental Business Development Office.
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