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Ford Offers Three Years’ Free Charging

November 30, 2015 in Companies, Electric Drive, EVs, EVSE by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

For 2016 C-Max Energy Customers in California and Maryland

Ford is offering three years of free Level 2 charging to customers in California and Maryland who purchase or lease a 2016 C-Max Energi plug-in hybrid electric vehicle.

Ford is offering three years of free Level 2 charging to 2016 C-Max Energi customers in California and Maryland.

Ford is offering three years of free Level 2 charging to 2016 C-Max Energi customers in California and Maryland.



Under a pilot initiative dubbed “EV 1-2-3 Charge,” Ford will provide unlimited, complimentary charging sessions of four hours each at more than 500 NRG EVgo and SemaConnect public stations. C-Max Energi is capable of being fully charged in approximately 2.5 hours with the 240-volt charging stations that are included in the program.

The MyFord Mobile app enables C-Max Energi drivers to find NRG EVgo and SemaConnect public charging facilities.

The MyFord Mobile app enables C-Max Energi drivers to find NRG EVgo and SemaConnect public charging facilities.

“We’re coupling a fun, versatile, environmentally conscious car with a complimentary charge program that is easy to use and can reduce cost of ownership,” Ford electrification and infrastructure manager Stephanie Janczak says in a release. “It’s a win-win.”

Charging via the App

Beginning in December, Ford will make it easy for customers to find the charge stations via the MyFord Mobile app.

MyFord Mobile and myfordmobile.com allow plug-in electric vehicle owners to have “a seamless connected car experience,” as they can lock and unlock a vehicle, find where they parked, access charge status, mileage and driving efficiency, and schedule charge times.

The EV 1-2-3 Charge program for Maryland and California runs until October 1, 2016. C-MaX Energi drivers will receive a single access card allowing them to charge for free at NRG EVgo and SemaConnect charge stations.


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Source: Ford Motor Company with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

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