AMPLY Power rebrands as bp pulse, sets sights on global expansion

AMPLY Power rebrands as bp pulse, sets sights on global expansion

AMPLY Power is becoming part of bp global electrification brand, bp pulse. bp acquired the fleet EV charging and energy management provider in December 2021. AMPLY Power has seen continued growth as it helps fleets accelerate the transition to EVs. This success lays the foundation for bp pulse’s expansion in the fleet electrification sector in the Americas and beyond.

The decision to roll-out the bp pulse brand follows the successful brand launch in the United Kingdom in 2020. In Germany, bp’s charging solutions business operates as Aral pulse. Worldwide, bp pulse operates around 16,000 charge points with an ambition to install 100,000 by 2030.

AMPLY was built on the idea of making EV adoption easy for fleets that operate trucks, transit and school buses, vans and light-duty vehicles through proprietary charge management software and its charging-as-a-service model. AMPLY’s founder and CEO, Vic Shao will become president of bp pulse’s fleet division in the Americas.

The bp pulse team, now including AMPLY’s expertise, is setting its sights on introducing AMPLY’s  Omega charge management software and charging-as-a-service (CaaS) model to new geographies. By using Omega and CaaS, fleets can optimize EV charging costs and vehicle utilization, improving the fleet’s overall resilience and reliability. In addition, the team is looking to bring bp pulse’s expertise in public charging from Europe to North America.

In addition to its ambition to install 100,000 charge points by 2030, bp pulse has announced ambitions to install charging infrastructure across Europe as well as Australia and New Zealand.

You May Also Like

Goodyear says tires-as-a-service may help fleets save money

Goodyear said the subscription service can help fleets improve TCO, increase uptime, reduce breakdowns, decrease fuel consumption and more.

Goodyear-Tires-as-a-service-TaaS

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. said its new tires-as-a-service (TaaS) offering combines the company’s tires, predictive insights and footprint into one subscription-based solution. Building on the company’s Total Mobility program, Goodyear said that it will manage end-to-end tire service for its customers.

Available for commercial and last-mile delivery fleets in the U.S. and Europe, Goodyear adds its TaaS offering can help save time and improve total cost of ownership through outsourced tire management from this subscription-based solution. According to the company, this is designed to increase uptime, reduce vehicle breakdown events, decrease fuel consumption and more.

Davco Technology appoints Tim West as new president

Before joining Davco, West most recently served as VP of seating and structures, Vehicle Solutions Division at Commercial Vehicle Group, Inc.

DAVCO-president-Tim-West
PRT launches new strut assemblies for ProMaster, Silverado, and more

These new items cover more than 15 million vehicles and include models such as the 2023 Ram ProMaster 1500, 2023 Chevrolet Silverado, and more.

prt-for-web
East opens Aftermarket Parts Facility in Kent, OH

In addition to East trailer parts, the facility will carry common parts for all makes and models, such as airbags, lights, wheel ends and more.

East-new-facility-larger-photo
Lucas Oil facilities achieve ISO 9001:2015 recertification

The Quality Management Systems certification included both Lucas Oil production facilities in Corydon, IN.

Lucas-Oil-ISO-Certification
Other Posts
Volvo electric trucks pass milestone with more than 80,000,000 km driven

Compared to diesel-powered trucks, Volvo said its electric trucks have reduced CO2 emissions by 68,000 tons since 2019.

Volvo-electric-trucks-80000-km-driven
Scania BEV trucks begin transporting goods for IKEA in Portugal

Scania said beginning an EV rollout in Portugal is challenging, as its EV infrastructure is still developing.

Scania-KLOG-IKEA-Portugal
Accelera, Daimler Truck N.A., PACCAR battery plant breaks ground

Construction is underway for the $2-3B plant, which will employ over 2,000 people. LFP Battery cell production is slated for 2027.

Amplify-Battry-plant-groundbreaking-daimler-paccar-accelera-1
What is ‘Trucks-as-a-Service’?

We talk with Volvo Trucks about the service that aims to ease fleets into making the EV transition.

Trucking-Sustainably-truck-as-a-service