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Honda unveils model house built to support electric car

Honda is showcasing its energy efficiency technology in a model house built around the electric car at the University of California at Davis. The structure includes provisions for the company’s Fit EV sedan, LED lighting, plus uses solar and geothermal energy sources, according to the automaker.

By George Parrott, Guest blogger / March 26, 2014

Honda built what the company called its “Smart Home” to showcase the company’s energy efficiency technology on the campus of the University of California at Davis.

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