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

Khaled Hassounah
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
John de Souza
Co-Founder & President

Board Members

Robert Linck
Shell Ventures
Vikas Gupta
Shell Ventures

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News Highlights

Stellantis Partners With Ample For Battery Swapping
Stellantis and Ample recently inked an agreement to form a new partnership for the development of EV charging technology. Their goal? To deliver a fully charged EV battery in less than five minutes, which would be pretty nice. Such a goal may sound ridiculous, but not if you consider that the companies plan to add Ample’s Modular Battery Swapping technology into Stellantis electric vehicles.
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 to bring EV battery swapping to Mitsubishi trucks in Japan
San Francisco startup Ample is bringing its modular electric vehicle battery swapping technology to Mitsubishi Fuso’s electric trucks this winter, the company said Tuesday. This marks the first time Ample’s technology is being used for large vehicles. The company’s technology is currently being used on a small scale for ride-hail vehicles in San Francisco and Madrid.
Updated on: May 17, 2024


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