Apollo Sunguard Systems, a distributor of ChargePoint electric vehicle (EV) chargers, says it was one of two vendors to be awarded a Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) by the fleet arm of the federal General Services Administration for its electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE).
In addition, the company notes that it was the sole awardee for ancillary EVSE data services.
By utilizing user friendly software applications and data networking intelligence, ChargePoint designs, develops and manufactures EV charging solutions that are scalable and grid friendly.
According to the company, management information and control systems gives station owners complete control of their stations remotely via cloud services with ChargePoint’s network plans.
“The EVSE BPA program threshold is $20,268,190.00 and applies to a variety of EVSE configurations for level 1, level 2 and DC fast charge units. All GSA Fleet purchasing and leasing customers can use this BPA,” the company states in its release.
The second vendor to be awarded was Pacific Lighting & Energy Management Co.