Ample Stock

ample.comEnergy / Clean EnergyFounded: 2014Funding to Date: $295.35MM

Ample’s mission is to accelerate the transition to electric mobility by offering an energy delivery solution that is as fast, as convenient, and as cheap as gas while being powered by 100% renewable energy. This company was founded in 2014 by John de Souza and Khaled Hassounah and is headquartered in San Francisco, CA. Ample utilizes autonomous robotics and smart-battery technology to help deliver energy efficient electronic transportation.

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Management Team

Taylor MacDonald
Chief Technology Officer
Becky Blank
Chief Executive Officer
Kevin Comer
Executive Creative Director
Sarah Shiffman
Director of Project Management
Rudo Hengst
Director of Engineering

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News Highlights

Why charge an EV when you can just swap its battery?
Ample, a Northern California startup, is testing a battery-swapping solution for electric vehicles (EVs) in partnership with Daimler's truck and bus division Mitsubishi Fuso. The company's stations, which can be set up in three days, swap out EV batteries in five minutes, reducing charging time and potentially keeping delivery trucks on the road for longer. Ample's current focus is on fleets, with the goal of reaching parity with gas stations. The company also plans to support EV startup Fisker's Ocean electric SUV in 2024.
Ample announces battery swap partnership with Mitsubishi Fuso
Battery swap startup Ample has partnered with Mitsubishi Fuso to accelerate the electrification of last-mile delivery vehicles. Ample will implement its EV battery swap technology on Mitsubishi Fuso trucks for global fleets. The California-based startup aims to put 1 billion electric vehicles on roads worldwide and has developed modular battery swap stations that can get EVs back on the road quickly. The partnership will initially roll out battery-swappable models with the new Fuso eCanter in Japan this winter.
Ample Shows off Its 2nd Generation Battery Swap Station
California-based EV battery swapping startup, Ample, has unveiled its second-generation battery swap station. The new station halves the battery swap time to five minutes and features a pull-through design for easier exit. The company is in talks with five major automakers to offer a battery lease option and plans to install its second-generation stations in Tokyo, Spain, and the US.
Updated on: Dec 6, 2023


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