Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) participates in the biggest EV convention and exhibition – the 10th Philippine Electric Vehicle Summit. Last October 20-21, 2022, at the SMX Convention Center – Manila, MMPC showcased the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV. Since its introduction, it has sold over 260,000 units across Europe, North America, Japan, and Australia. With its all-electric operation for everyday use and mainly motor-powered hybrid operation on longer journeys, the Outlander PHEV aims to promote greener energy alternatives and self-sustainability for better care of our environment.
Along with the Outlander PHEV that’s on display, MMPC is also featuring the Dendo Drive House or DDH. It is a smart-home system featuring the Vehicle-to-Home energy ecosystem. With your Outlander PHEV, a bi-directional charger, solar panels and an electric storage facility designed for home use, installing this system in your home allows you to charge your EV or PHEV vehicle by using solar-generated power. Not only does this technology help you save on your electricity costs, but it also acts as a backup power generator during power interruptions or other emergencies.
The DDH also features a Vehicle-To-Home (V2H) energy ecosystem. Not only does it charge the Outlander PHEV but also supplies electricity back to your home. On a daily, this lessens dependency on the grid to be able to run appliances, while during blackouts, serves as a backup generator.
Aside from significant benefits related to solar energy like cost savings on fuel and lowered carbon footprint, the DDH becomes a reliable source of electricity in case of power outages and other emergencies. The Philippines, being one of the world’s most disaster-prone countries, both the DDH technology and the Outlander PHEV’s external power feeding function can directly support calamity-affected communities.
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