Enova HPC Technology Featured in New Ford FCV

April 07, 2002 by Jeff Shepard

Enova Systems Inc. (Torrance, CA) announced that its latest cutting-edge Hybrid Power Converter (HPC) is a key component of Ford Motor Co.'s (Dearborn, MI) newest zero-emission fuel cell vehicle (FCV), the Ford Focus FCV. The unveiling of the Enova component is the latest in an ongoing strategic relationship between Enova and Ford for the development and manufacture of high-power, high-voltage conversion modules for the Focus FCV.

Enova President and CEO Carl Perry stated, "Our continuing alliance with Ford Motor Co. is a mainstay in Enova's global strategy to increase awareness of our company's leading-edge technologies in mobile and stationary digital power management and conversion. We believe the HPC is a versatile component, which can be adapted for both automotive and distributed generation applications. Enova is proud to be a supplier to Ford for this ground-breaking vehicle, which will increase fuel efficiency and reduce emissions."