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Ford ProCharging

Ensuring that a plug-in hybrid (PHEV) or electric vehicle (EV) is charged and ready for work is of vital business importance. Having access to the best charging solutions is key for any enterprise that wishes to maximise productivity. At Allen Ford, Essex Ford and SMC Ford, we help facilitate a range of charging options for businesses that drive Ford commercial PHEVs and / or EVs.

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Home Charging

A PHEV or EV’s battery can be charged using a domestic three-pin power source. However, this is usually by far the slowest charging option. A much quicker alternative is a Ford Connected Wallbox, which delivers fast home-charging speeds.

We work with British Gas / Centrica to help arrange smooth, speedy home installations. Or, if you prefer, you can employ the services of a certified electrician to take care of the installation process.

For full details on how to purchase your very own Ford Connected Wallbox, please contact your nearest Allen Ford, Essex Ford or SMC Ford branch today!

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Depot Charging

Ford connected chargers can be installed at your site, resulting in quick and easy charging, ensuring your Ford commercial vehicles are always ready for work.

We can provide you with a Depot Charging package that meets your business’ demands fully – the necessary hardware, stress-free installation and maintenance. We can also furnish you with a software management system that will help you to boost fleet productivity

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Public Charging

With the BlueOval Charge Network, you have access to 16,000-plus public charge connectors around the UK (and more than 300,000 across Europe). These include fast-charging IONITY charge points (nearly 7,000 throughout Europe). By making use of the FordPass Pro app, you can locate your nearest public charge connector in no time at all.

Interactive Charging Location Map

What Affects EV Range?

There are many reasons why stated manufacturer EV ranges are not always achievable. Here are the three most common causes.

Heavy acceleration and high speeds – either of whichrequires a lot of battery power and therefore has a negative impact on range.

Climate and temperature – extreme hot or cold external temperatures are a drain on battery power. For instance, the former tends to result in high air-conditioning usage, which requires battery power. On the other hand, during particularly cold spells, EV batteries need to heat themselves to operate efficiently – while in-cabin heating is an additional demand on battery power.

Payload – the more weight a vehicle carries, the more energy is required. This applies to cargo primarily, but crew numbers can have an effect too.