FORD'S COMMITMENT TO CHARGING IN EUROPE

Ford is committed to being a leader in vehicle electrification. We’re providing customers with a broad choice of hybrid and electric vehicles, as well as easy access to public charging through tailored solutions. The Ford BlueOval™ Charging Network provides more than 1,400 charging points in Ireland and is part of a network of over 500,000 charging points across Europe.

From the all-electric Mustang Mach-E to the Kuga Plug-in Hybrid, this is your complete guide to charging your Ford electrified vehicle.

All-electric Ford Mustang Mach-E charging at home

HOME CHARGING

Ford offers a host of convenient home charging solutions so your vehicle can be charged and ready in the morning, just like your phone.

New Ford Electric Explorer charging on public

PUBLIC CHARGING

The Ford BlueOval™ Charging Network provides more than 1,400 charging points in Ireland and is part of a network of over 500,000 charging points across Europe.

You’ll find them at supermarkets, shopping centres, motorway service stations, and many other locations.

Discover charging stations near you with our interactive map.

HIGH POWERED CHARGING

As part of the BlueOval network, our all-electric customers can benefit from rapidly growing high powered charging stations with providers such as IONITY.

On a vehicle like Mustang Mach-E, which can support up to 150kw of high power charging, you can charge 117km of range in as little as 10 minutes.

IONITY electric fast charging stations

CHARGING YOUR VEHICLE

Plug-in Hybrid and All-Electric vehicles have batteries that need to be charged from an external power supply. Charging can take place at home via a regular domestic socket or, for faster home charging speeds, via a home Wallbox. On longer journeys, public charging stations help to keep you charged on the move. Mild hybrids and self-charging hybrid electric vehicles solely use advanced regenerative braking technology to charge the battery while you drive; they cannot be plugged into an external power source. 

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