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The “EVPower Station” serves as an emergency power supply on the “MIRAI”, Toyota Motor Corporation’s fuel cell vehicle.

Update Time: 2019-12-20 14:09:49


NICHICON CORPORATION (HQ: Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto; Chairman: Ippei Takeda) will begin selling its EVPower Station (EVPS), which can be connected with the “MIRAI” fuel cell vehicle produced by Toyota Motor Corporation (HQ: Toyota, Aichi Prefecture; President: Akio Toyoda). This move increases the number of vehicle models compatible with the EVPS, and consumers who own a “MIRAI” will be able to use the EVPS as an emergency power supply to power building equipment and home electronics.

Market Overview

In August 2012, NICHICON introduced the world’s first*1 Vehicle to Home (V2H) system, the EVPS, which has been received favorably. In October 2013, the Company began offering an additional plug-in model to meet the needs of corporate business continuity plans. Furthermore, in January 2014, NICHICON also launched a new high-performance model with an in-room remote control and compatible with cogeneration equipment (such as Ene-Farm*2).

  Toyota Motor Corporation’s fuel cell vehicle, the “MIRAI”, which will go on sale December 15, 2014, will be able to supply electricity through NICHICON’s EVPS, enabling power to be supplied safely to buildings and to power home electronics in the event of a power outage caused by a disaster or other circumstances.

  To ensure EVPS functionality and quality, Toyota Home Co., Ltd. (HQ: Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture; President: Tadashi Yamashina) will handle EVPS sales, installation and after-sales support to customers with “MIRAI” vehicles.

  • The EVPS is eligible for a subsidy under the Next Generation Vehicle Promotion Center’s next-generation vehicle charging infrastructure promotion project.
  • *1 According to a study by NICHION CORPORATION conducted in June 2014
  • *2 Registered trademark of JX Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation, Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd., and Osaka Gas Co., Ltd.


  • Inquiries concerning EVPS products:
Customer Consultation Office, NICHICON CORPORATION
<Tel: 81-120-215-023>
  • Inquiries related to EVPS purchases, installation and after-sales service:
Support Desk, Toyota Home Co., Ltd. <Tel: 81-800-777-1152>
  • Inquiries related to vehicles:
Customer Consultation Center, Toyota Motor Corporation
<Throughout Japan, toll free: 81-800-770-7700
(open 9:00–18:00, 365 days a year)>

Through its sale of the EVPS, NICHICON CORPORATION aims to increase the proliferation of emergency power supplies that are used with the “MIRAI”, Toyota Motor Corporation’s fuel cell vehicle, and help build a better society.

Profile of Nichicon Corporation

Location : Karasumadori Oike-agaru, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto
Representative : Ippei Takeda, Chairman & CEO
Established : August 1, 1950
Capital : 14,286 million yen ( as of March 31, 2014)
Employees : 5,792 (as of March 31, 2014, consolidated)
Business : Manufacture and sale of various types of capacitors for electrical and electronic equipment, function modules, positive thermistors, various types of power sources and capacitor applied systems
Sales : 104,689 million yen (fiscal year ended March 31, 2014, consolidated)
  • Lithium-ion power storage system for public and industrial use: Space-saving size and convenient compartmentalized construction
  • High-performance modelStandard modelOutlet model

Principal EVPower Station Specifications

  High-Performance model Standard Model Outlet Model
Model number ZHTP1900R ZHTP1580R ZHTP1700R
Charging section*3 Input voltage Single-phase, two-wire
AC200V, 50/60Hz
Single-phase, two-wire
AC200V, 50/60Hz
Single-phase, two-wire
AC200V, 50/60Hz
Input current Less than AC30A Less than AC30A Less than AC30A
Output current Less than 6kW Less than 6kW Less than 6kW
Power supply section Output voltage Single-phase three-wire, AC100V × 2 phase, 50/60Hz AC100V, 50/60Hz
Output current Per phase, AC40A or less
(Total for two phases; less than AC60A)
Per phase, AC30A or less ×2 phases
(Total for two phases; less than AC60A)
Grounded two-outlet socket ×2 phases (each phase rated at AC15A)
External dimensions
(main unit)
650(W) × 780(H) × 350(D)mm (Excluding protrusions)
Weight (main unit) Approx. 70kg
(Excluding cables)
Approx. 68kg
(Excluding cables)
Approx. 70kg
(Excluding cables)
Relay box 710(W) × 370(H) × 150(D)mm, approx. 10kg -
Transponder unit 290(W) × 415(H) × 350(D)mm, approx. - -
In-cabin remote control 191(W) × 124(H) × 10(D)mm, approx. 315g - -
Price ¥780,000 (excluding consumption tax) ¥480,000 (excluding consumption tax) ¥480,000 (excluding consumption tax)
Subsidy via the next-generation vehicle charging infrastructure promotion project Up to ¥370,000 Up to ¥240,000 Up to ¥200,000
  • *3 Cannot be used as a vehicle charger for the “MIRAI”, Toyota Motor Corporation’s fuel cell vehicle.

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