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Electric Vehicle Charging Points (CPMI)

Lot 8: Car Park Management and Infrastructure (CPMI)

Reference: SBS/18/JC/ZDC/9317

Framework Agreement Description

The Electric Vehicle Charging Points Framework includes the delivery, supply, installation, management and maintenance of electric vehicle charging infrastructure, goods and services. This service includes EV charging stations, electric charging points, single and multi-vehicle charging, plus slow and rapid charging points to cover all vehicle charging solutions. This framework supports the governments green agenda and is available to the NHS and wider public sector organisations.

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Framework Agreement Information Electric Vehicle Charging Points Framework

When does the framework start?
30 November 2018 - 29 November 2022

Who can take advantage of the framework?
All Public Sector Organisations within the UK

What does the framework cover?
The first truly comprehensive framework in this area; the range of options provided will help the NHS and wider public sector meet whatever needs that they have in this area. All of the major suppliers across the market are represented as well as niche specialists, allowing a great degree of choice and the possibility to procure their services in a fully OJEU compliant manner, leading to savings in both time and cost.

Lot 8: Electric Vehicle Charging Points
This framework includes the delivery, supply, installation, management and maintenance of electric vehicle charging infrastructure goods and services. This includes both rapid and slow charging units, which can be used both on fleet vehicles and/or staff or visitors cars. This lot includes, but is not limited to: a fully managed service, back end solutions, pre-booking, mobile-apps, maintenance and repairs, space management, Signage, RFID Tags, single and multi-vehicle charging, on-street charging solutions, 'slow' and 'rapid' charging options, load balancing systems, self-contained energy storage units, induction charging and solar parking.

What are the benefits of using the framework?
Ability to directly award a contract to approved suppliers on the framework providing a timely and compliant route to market to meet your requirements.
Opportunity to run a mini-competition to meet the bespoke requirements of each organisation; as well as helping to drive further competitive pricing.
Supporting government's green agenda by providing EV charging infrastructure and cycle parking infrastructure.
Comprehensive offering to deliver either a single or bundled service for a wide range of products and services: from full car park management to ANPR, pay on foot, pay and display, barrier control and occupancy monitoring.
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The framework developed to support many of the aspects within the NHS car-parking management guidance in terms of sustainable transport, car park management and car park equipment.
The ability to utilise a number of contracts, enabling users to mix and match their requirements and tailor individual requirements.

Case studies for electric vehicle charging point solutions

Principal Category Manager, John Cunningham said: "We're really seeing electric vehicle charge points become a focus for the NHS and the wider public sector as we all look more towards sustainability. This project from North West Ambulance Service (NWAS) and Franklin Energy is a great example of that. NWAS introduced electricity powered vehicles into their ambulance fleet and Franklin worked with them to provide the charging infrastructure."

NW Ambulance Service Case Study - Franklin Energy [181KB]

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Supplier Details

 APCOA Parking UK Ltd

 EB Charging Ltd

 Phoenix Renewables Ltd T/A The Phoenix Works

 BMM Energy Solutions Ltd

 Franklin Energy

 Siemens Mobility Limited

 Chargemaster Plc

 Gamma Energy LTD

 SWARCO (E.Connect, eVolt, VeriPark and APT Skidata)


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