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Navy Releases Huge EV Lease Solicitation

January 5, 2016 in EVs, Solicitation by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

NavFac Wants as Many as 600 EVs for Southern California

The U.S. Navy has a released its formal solicitation to lease from 400 to 600 battery electric vehicles for use at about a dozen facilities in Southern California. The Naval Facilities Engineering Command wants proposals by February 8.

NavFac invited interested suppliers to register, and held a meeting on its EV acquisition plan this past summer (F&F, August 19). An additional pre-proposal conference is planned.


The U.S. Navy is looking to lease hundreds of electric vehicles in California.

The U.S. Navy is looking to lease hundreds of electric vehicles in California.

NavFac plans to lease the vehicles on a commercial basis. “Any size business may submit a proposal,” states solicitation number N6247316R1002. The Navy envisions a basic contract period of 12 months, with two 12-month options for a total maximum duration of 36 months.

Support Services Too

In addition to passenger vehicle leasing, providers may furnish web-based telematics, roadside assistance, and preventative maintenance services.

The leased EVs may be deployed at such Navy and Marine facilities as Naval Base San Diego, Naval Base Point Loma, Naval Base Coronado, NAF El Centro, Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach, Naval Base Ventura County, Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake, Naval Air Station Lemoore, Naval Support Activity Monterey, Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, MCB Camp Pendleton, Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, and the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twenty-Nine Palms.


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Source: U.S. Navy with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

U.S. Navy Seeks Hundreds of EVs

August 19, 2015 in Electric Drive, EVs, Solicitation by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Would Be Suppliers Are to Register by Monday, August 24

Would be suppliers of hundreds of battery electric vehicles to the U.S. Navy in California are to register their interest with the Naval Facilities Engineering Command by Monday, August 24.

The U.S. Navy is looking to lease hundreds of electric vehicles in California.

The U.S. Navy is looking to lease hundreds of battery electric vehicles in California.

The Navy wants to lease 300 to 600 passenger-carrying EVs that seat at least four passengers and have a U.S. EPA-estimated range of 80 miles. It is replacing 308 Navy and 159 Marine Corps vehicles.

NavFac Southwest is gathering data to be used to fashion a formal solicitation.

Numerous Navy and Marine Locations

The agency says it expects to spend from $10 million to $15 million with a base contract of three years and two option years under Solicitation Number N6247315RVEH1.

The scope of work may include web-based telematics for handling mileage, speed, and onboard diagnostics data, roadside assistance, and maintenance.


The leased battery vehicles are expected to be deployed at Navy facilities in locations including San Diego, Point Loma, Coronado, El Centro, Seal Beach, Ventura County, China Lake, Lemoore, Monterey, and Miramar, and U.S. Marine installations at Camp Pendleton, Barstow, and Twenty-Nine Palms.

NavFac held a meeting on its EV acquisition plans in Sacramento on July 21 (F&F, July 8), and set the August 24 registration deadline yesterday.


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Source: NavFac Southwest with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

Navy Looking for Hundreds of EVs

July 8, 2015 in Electric Drive, event, EVs, Fleet Order by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Sacramento Meeting to Discuss Leasing Options on July 21

The California Energy Commission gave notice Tuesday that the Department of the Navy is planning to lease approximately 300 to 600 passenger-carrying electric vehicles, with an initial focus on the sedan fleet, to be used at various Navy and Marine Corps installations within the State of California.
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