As the first 2022 Ford E-Transit units were shipped to dealers, more details about the Ford Pro Charging program began to emerge, with the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning due to begin arriving this spring.
In total, Ford Pro Charging will offer six charging solutions. Equipment ranges from a 48 amp (11.5 kW) Ford Pro Level 2 Charging Station that will cater for home and depot charging needs, to a commercial 180 kW Ford Pro DC Fast Charge Dispenser.
Once the charging equipment systems are up and running, Ford Pro will continue to support its commercial customers with Ford Pro E-Telematic and Ford Pro Charging software solutions that enable fleet managers to better track their fleets. Ford Pro E-Telematic and Ford Pro Charging software solutions include smart charging, preconditioning, remote monitoring, home charging reimbursement management and reporting software to help reduce energy costs, maximize vehicle efficiency and uptime.
When the F-150 Lightning launches this spring, that vehicle will also come standard with a Ford Mobile Charger, and customers who order the extended range battery option will also get a Ford Pro and 80-amp ( 19.2 kW) charging station. bi-directional charging station free of charge with the vehicle.