Ford Pro adds all-new charging hardware to one-stop-shop for commercial EV customers of every size and budget

Ford Pro™ is launching an all-new suite of commercial chargers as the next addition in the comprehensive, end-to-end commercial charging solutions portfolio all under its one-stop shop of commercial vehicles, software, services and financing

Ford Pro is aiming to create a smooth transition for commercial customers into an electric future by providing a one-stop shop for fleet operations and investing in key areas of the business. The latest is the launch of six new home and depot chargers to its end-to-end portfolio of charging solutions.

In a market crowded with fragmented and consumer-grade products, customers are demanding complete solutions designed to meet the needs of commercial fleet operations. Ford Pro is pulling the wraps off a wide range of charging hardware – from home chargers to large-scale depot charging systems – all backed with integrated installation, software, service and Ford Pro FinSimple financing from America’s leader* in commercial trucks and vans.

Ford Pro Charging** hardware launches alongside the all-new 2022 Ford E-Transit shipping to dealers now and the all-new 2022 Ford F-150® Lightning Pro is slated to start arriving this spring, providing compatibility for customers who may operate other electric vehicle makes with secure OEM data.

“We are investing heavily in products and services to help commercial customers accelerate into an electric future, which means helping to ensure our hardware and software can plug and play with other manufacturers, as we know many customers operate mixed-make fleets,” said Ted Cannis, Ford Pro CEO. “These chargers can be completely customized to unique commercial environments and can work even better when paired together with Ford Pro electric vehicles and Telematics to enable OEM-grade data transparency.”

Making electric vehicle adoption easier

According to a recent survey conducted by PSB, the shift to electrification is causing great anxiety among fleet managers, with nearly half finding the setup of charging infrastructure to be a significant challenge for their companies, and a nearly equal number concerned about finding optimal charging solutions.

To address these concerns, Ford Pro helps customers implement complete electric vehicle charging from start to finish, a turnkey solution offering a full-service team of experts with decades of experience in commercial project development and installations. Ford Pro Charging** seamlessly integrates hardware and software solutions precisely designed to manage their electric fleet charging requirements.

“It starts with sitting down with our customers to learn their business and how they plan to use their electric vehicles,” said Muffi Ghadiali, Ford Pro Charging general manager. “Regardless of the size of their business or the industry they are in, we’ll help them plan their charging infrastructure – whether it’s installing home chargers for employees or developing a large-scale depot system – to make the transition to electric seamless.”

Once the charge systems are up and running, Ford Pro will continue to support commercial electric vehicle customers with Ford Pro E-Telematics†† and cutting-edge Ford Pro Charging** software solutions so fleet managers can better track their fleets. This includes software for smart charging, pre-conditioning, remote monitoring, reimbursement management for home charging, and reporting to help save on energy costs, maximize vehicle efficiency and uptime.

“Ford Pro is the only commercial services provider in North America to offer a range of services to help customers truly benefit from the advantages of going electric, including maximizing fleet efficiency and lowering costs, along with ongoing vehicle and charger maintenance,” said Ghadiali.

The right charging solution for your business

From the 11.5-kilowatt Ford Pro AC Charging Station to the 180-kilowatt modular DC fast charging systems, Ford Pro has created a diverse lineup of chargers to support a wide range of fleet customer uses. Charging options include:

ChargerHome, DepotPowerConnector TypeFeatures
Ford Pro AC
Charging Station
Both11.5 kilowattsJ1772Flexible 25-foot cable, front-facing user design for simple interactivity, Wi-Fi, cellular and ethernet-capable
Ford Pro AC
Charging Station


J1772Flexible 25-foot cable, front-facing user design for simple interactivity, Wi-Fi, cellular and ethernet-capable
Ford Charge
Station Pro

(Previously Announced)

Both19.2 kilowatts (AC)CCS-1Enables Intelligent Backup Power along with home integration system on F-150 Lightning, included at no cost with extended-range battery; Wi-Fi-capable
Ford Pro DC
Charging Station
Depot60, 120, 180 kilowattsCCS-1All-in-one system for fast charging with multiple configurations to easily scale up over time, Wi-Fi, cellular, ethernet-capable
Ford Pro DC
Charging Cabinet
Depot60, 120, 150, 180 kilowattsN/ACentralized power source: each can pair with up to four DC dispensers; installation placement flexibility, expandable in 30 kilowatt increments for fleets looking to future-proof their investment; Wi-Fi, cellular, ethernet-capable
Ford Pro Industrial DC DispenserDepot60 to 180 kilowattsCCS-1Plug in up to four vehicles at a time sequentially, or up to three simultaneous vehicle charge sessions; Wi-Fi and cellular capable
Ford Pro Commercial DC DispenserDepot60 to 180 kilowattsCCS-1Perfect for shared charging spaces. The 10” touchscreen allows users to easily manage and charge individual vehicles; Wi-Fi and cellular capable

Beyond specific charging installations, customers using public charging also get access to the BlueOval Charge Network – the largest public charging network in North America with more than 20,500 charge locations and 70,000 plugs and growing, with more than 7,300 DC fast charging plugs.

For customers who experience charging needs when power grids go down or infrastructure is under construction, Ford Pro Charging** is there to help as well. Ford Pro Charging can connect with a large network of suppliers for mobile charging solutions to help solve unique commercial charging needs.

* Based on IHS Markit CY1985-2021 US TIPNet Registrations excluding registrations to individuals. TIP Registrations prior to 2010 do not include all GVW 1 and 2 vehicles.

** Available on vehicles with embedded modem or equipped with approved plug-in device. May require modem activation. Ford Pro Telematics and Ford Pro Data Services require a purchased subscription. Terms and conditions apply. Telematics service and features, and access to vehicle data depend on subscription and compatible AT&T network availability. Evolving technology/cellular networks/vehicle capability may limit functionality and prevent operation of connected features.

† Survey conducted on behalf of Ford Pro by global research and analytics consultancy PSB in the United States, United Kingdom and Germany among 1,250 corporate fleet decision makers between Dec. 14 and Dec. 23, 2021.

†† Eligible vehicles receive a complimentary three-year trial of E-Telematics services that begins on the new vehicle warranty start date. Requires modem activation. Terms and conditions apply. Telematics service and features, and access to vehicle data depend on compatible AT&T network availability. Evolving technology/cellular networks/vehicle capability may limit functionality and prevent operation of connected features. After the three-year trial, annual service contract is required for E-Telematics service. Go to or call 833.811.3673 to activate E-Telematics service.

‡ Based on OEM/automotive manufacturers that sell all-electric vehicles and have active charging networks. Department of Energy data used. FordPass, compatible with select smartphone platforms, is available via a download. Message and data rates may apply.


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