Announced at the recent 2023 Smart Energy Week in Osaka, Japan, the inaugural presentation of NZS in the Japanese market underscores XCharge Group's commitment to advancing green energy and zero-carbon transportation on a global scale.

The NZS can distribute a high-power output of 210kW while requiring only 30-60 kW input. This easy deployment feature makes NZS a perfect suit for locations where the grid cannot be extended for high-power chargers, such as construction sites, supermarket parking lots, and commercial offices. The battery can be charged during low utility price periods and then discharged during price peaks to reduce EV charging costs. The bi-directional EV charger also serves as a non-stop power backup for the buildings in power outages.

As XCharge's latest and most innovative product, the NZS has joined forces with global partners. NZS deployments continue to grow in the Europe, North America, and Asia-Pacific areas. Early in 2023, NZS was successfully launched in Spain in joint efforts with EDP, one of the biggest players in Iberia within the e-mobility ecosystem.

In recent years, Japan has undergone several power-saving periods. Households and industries around Tokyo were called on to save electricity during peak seasons. In response to the power demand and shortage, the NZS offers solutions including B2G (Battery-to-Grid) and V2G (Vehicle-to-Grid), transforming the concept of a net-zero future into a tangible reality. Moreover, the NZS with photovoltaics function can integrate solar energy into the EV charging process, further expanding local renewable energy capacity.

XCharge Group and BYD are strategic partners for their bidirectional battery-integrated DC charger products. The debut in the Japanese market demonstrated the partners' joint dedication to delivering solutions that enhance the convenience, efficiency, and eco-friendliness of electric mobility across the world.