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Ford to acquire charging management company Electriphi

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Ford announced that it is acquiring Electriphi, a California-based provider of charging management and fleet monitoring software for electric vehicles. Electriphi’s team and services will be integrated into Ford Pro, a new global business within Ford that the company says is built around advanced charging and energy management.

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“As commercial customers add electric vehicles to their fleets, they want depot charging options to make sure they’re powered up and ready to go to work every day,” said Ford Pro CEO Ted Cannis. “With Electriphi’s existing advanced technology IP in the Ford Pro electric vehicles and services portfolio, we will enhance the experience for commercial customers and be a single-source solution for fleet-depot charging.”

Ford Pro estimates that the depot charging industry will grow to over 600,000 full-size trucks and vans by 2030. This acquisition supports Pro’s target to capture over $1 billion of revenue from charging by 2030. The company says that Ford Pro’s goals and services will include vehicles, charging, digital services and the Ford Pro Services Elite network of commercial vehicle centers, among others.

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The Electriphi acquisition comes as Ford prepares for the launch of all-electric versions of the Transit van and F-150 pickup. Ford will start shipping E-Transit to customers later this year; F-150 Lightning Pro will be available in spring 2022. 

Ford customers in North America can sign up for Electriphi charge management services now on their website.

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