Recently there are high expectations for incorporating silicon carbide (SiC) devices as power modules in hybrid electric vehicles (HEV) and electric vehicles (EV). The need for new bonding technologies, which can deliver high-temperature thermal resistance that replaces solder bonding or Al wire bonding, has been strongly expected in order to maximize the performance of SiC power device. We developed a new micro-plating interconnection technology named Nickel Micro Plating Bonding (NMPB), which enables the interconnection in a narrow space between electrodes and SiC devices via our new lead frame formed in chevron shape. As for the bonding strength of NMPB, sufficient joint strength value is confirmed by shear test. We also newly proposed low-temperature nickel nanoparticle sintering to form die bonding connections. We have confirmed that bonding at a bonding temperature of 400 °C or lower is possible, and that it is a bonding having long-term high heat resistance. We implemented heat resistant mounting of SiC schottky barrier diode (SBD) on the TO247 type package and confirmed the I-V characteristics even after the high temperature storage at 300 °C without any significant degradation. We clarified that these methods had adequate potential as an advanced heat resistant package in comparison with conventional interconnections.