Mitsubishi Motor corporation is the sixth-biggest Japanese automaker and the sixteenth-biggest worldwide by production.
Taking one step further from making electric cars to Dendo Drive house.
Coming this year, Mitsubishi will sell a system that lets you share power between your home and electric car.
The Dendo Drive House (DDH) features solar panels, a home battery, and a bi-directional charger that lets power flow from your home to your car, or from your car to your home — depending on the economics and which needs the power most. DDH supports cars like the Mitsubishi Engelberg Tourer.
There are a number of scenarios when having your car charge your home could be useful. In addition to opening up a world of off-grid living, it could also serve as a backup in the event of a power cut, for example. The system could also be useful if your electricity tariff offers you a discount during off-peak hours, when the electricity grid is under less load and cheaper to use as a result. For example, your car could inexpensively charge itself overnight, and then power your AC during the day. Of course, this will only work if you’re not planning on using the car to make any trips during that time.
The system supports both pure electric vehicles as well as plug-in hybrids like the new Engelberg Tourer and existing Outlander PHEV. Mitsubishi plans on offering both professional installations as well as maintenance services for the system as a package from its dealerships. Self-installation won’t be possible.
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