Mitsubishi Motors Starts Limited Sales of DENDO DRIVE HOUSE in Japan

Mitsubishi Motors today announced the limited sales of DENDO DRIVE HOUSE (DDH) – a V2H (a system of supplying homes with electric power stored in EV/PHEV batteries) based home system – in Tokyo Japan from October 3. MMC has announced the concept and launching plan of DDH’s packaged service at Geneva Auto Show in March 2019. This is the very first sales of DDH in global, and MMC is planning to start its sales in overseas markets. DDH is a comprehensive system comprising a Mitsubishi electric vehicle (EV) or plug-in hybrid vehicle (PHEV), a bi-directional charger, solar panels and home battery (home battery is not included in this limited sales) and is designed to be seamlessly integrated as part of the home. The package allows customers to charge their EV/PHEV at home using solar-generated power, and to supply electricity from their EV/PHEV back to the home.

DDH benefits customers by helping to save on electricity costs and provide a reliable provision for emergency power source. Available at MMC dealerships, DDH provides a comprehensive set of services including, the sale, installation and after maintenance of the system’s components. Benefits delivered by DENDO DRIVE HOUSE (DDH) :- Customers can contribute to the creation of a low-carbon society by using the electricity generated by solar panels to power domestic appliances or to provide power to their EV/PHEV. DDH provides a reliable emergency power source that can supply power from the EV/PHEV or storage battery to run appliances in the home.