City of Dallas selects Ford Pro to advance EV charging infrastructure

America’s fourth-largest metro area, the City of Dallas, has selected Ford’s commercial division, Ford Pro™, to help move the City’s climate goals forward, aiming to improve air quality through electrifying the City’s vehicle fleet by 2040.

Ford Pro and the City of Dallas entered a 10-year agreement to grow and manage EV charging infrastructure for the City’s fleet operations. As part of the agreement, the City of Dallas will install Ford Pro chargers at the City’s worksites and use Ford Pro smart charging software to customize and manage EV charging performance. Through the integrated software and hardware solution, Dallas can help ensure its fleet vehicles are charged optimally and ready for work when they need them.

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In 2020, the City of Dallas approved a Comprehensive Environmental & Climate Action Plan (CECAP) that includes efforts to reduce carbon emissions, in part by installing EV chargers throughout the city and adding light duty EVs to the City’s fleet of 5,400 vehicles.

Ford Pro simplifies the path to electrification, providing businesses, government, and municipal customers of all sizes with a full suite of vehicles, charging, software, service, and financing solutions.

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