Federal Fleet Buyer Awards Blanket Purchase Agreement
Apollo Sunguard has been awarded a BPA/blanket purchase agreement by the GSA Fleet arm of the federal General Services Administration. The company is a distributor of ChargePoint chargers (aka EVSE, for electric vehicle supply equipment).
Sarasota, Fla.-based Apollo Sunguard notes that it is one of two vendors with a new BPA for EVSE – but that it’s the sole awardee for ancillary EVSE data services.
“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,” the company says.
The base period for the new BPA – designated GS-30F-GA082 – ends on February 28, 2018, with options extending it through February 2021.
Apollo Sunguard is a certified veteran-owned company which in addition to EVSE offers shade structures that block up to 96% of solar UV/ultraviolet radiation.
Sun Shades Save Energy
Vehicle interiors stay cooler with shaded charging stations. Batteries stay cooler too, “allowing for faster charging times and lower kilowatt consumption,” Apollo Sunguard says.
Santa Ana, Calif.-based Pacific Lighting & Energy Management Company – PlemCo, which offers a wide range of EVSE gear – has also been named as an EVSE vendor by GSA Fleet. BPA GS-30F-GA083.
Fleet buyers can order product from both companies via GSA, which promises 45-day delivery.
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Source: Apollo Sunguard with Fleets & Fuels follow-up