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MITSUBISHI MOTORS Concludes Disaster Cooperation Agreement with Konan City in Shiga

Wednesday, August 26, 2020 - 2:32am

TOKYO, Aug 26, 2020 - (JCN Newswire) - MITSUBISHI MOTORS CORPORATION (MMC) announced that it has concluded a disaster cooperation agreement on August 25 with Konan City in Shiga Prefecture together with Shiga Mitsubishi Motor Sales Corporation.

Key Points: 
  • TOKYO, Aug 26, 2020 - (JCN Newswire) - MITSUBISHI MOTORS CORPORATION (MMC) announced that it has concluded a disaster cooperation agreement on August 25 with Konan City in Shiga Prefecture together with Shiga Mitsubishi Motor Sales Corporation.
  • (from left to right)Yasushi Kobayashi, President and COO of Shiga Mitsubishi Motor Sales Corporation, Takao Kato, CEO of MMC, Eigo Tanihata, Mayor of Konan City
    MMC's Kyoto Plant - Shiga, one of the company's engine factories, is located in Konan City.
  • This agreement enables MMC to make a contribution at the time of disaster in the area.
  • MMC is promoting the DENDOCommunity Support Program to establish disaster cooperation agreements with local governments throughout Japan by FY2022, and this agreement with Konan City is the 64th thus far.

Leveraging EV/PHEV as Resources for Virtual Power Plants Commencement of Trial Operation of V2G Business Demonstration Facilities

Friday, August 7, 2020 - 1:03am

With our sights on FY2021, we are currently examining the construction and commercialization of Vehicle to Grid (V2G) systems that can adjust power demand/supply through bidirectionality with EV/PHEV storage batteries.

Key Points: 
  • With our sights on FY2021, we are currently examining the construction and commercialization of Vehicle to Grid (V2G) systems that can adjust power demand/supply through bidirectionality with EV/PHEV storage batteries.
  • This demonstration project was commenced in FY2018 by METI, and this is the third year that the six companies mentioned above have participated in the project.
  • Furthermore, in light of the mobility needs of EV/PHEV, we enabled simultaneous control of EV/PHEV parked at the demonstration sites via an online system.
  • - Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, Inc.
    Companies participating in the Demonstration Experiment: