Find the most appropriate solution for your electrical vehicle charging needs using CPC’s Electrical Vehicle Charging Point (EVCP) framework. You can purchase or lease a range of goods, services and works, including but not limited to:
· Slow, standard, fast and rapid charging solutions
· Installation of electric vehicle (ev) charging stations
· Back office solutions and services
· Software for electric vehicle charging
· Maintenance services
· Consultancy services
· Energy usage assessment
· Site surveys
· Grant funding assistance
CPC’s EVCP framework is the first of its kind to be dedicated to the education sector and it has four dedicated lots:
Lot 1 – Supply and installation – for purchasing slow, standard, fast and rapid vehicle charging. It includes but is not limited to: supply of equipment, works, commissioning, testing, certification, training, handover, technical support, connections, warranties, monitoring, software for electric vehicle charging, reactive and proactive maintenance, repairs, troubleshooting and upgrades.
Lot 2 – Supply and installation – for leasing slow, standard, fast and rapid vehicle charging. It includes but is not limited to: supply of equipment, works, commissioning, testing, certification, training, handover, technical support, connections, warranties, monitoring, software for electric vehicle charging, reactive and proactive maintenance, repairs, troubleshooting and upgrades.
Lot 3 – Maintenance services – for servicing existing electrical vehicle charge point infrastructure as detailed in the ITT documentation.
Lot 4 – Consultancy services - for a full end-to-end consultation service if you currently have no documentation or pre-existing specification for electric vehicle charge points. Including but not limited to: site survey, energy capacity assessment, usage evaluation, scenario guidance, grant application assistance, spec guidance and drafting assistance.
|Lot 1: Supply and Installation – Purchase||10||View Suppliers|
|Lot 2: Supply and Installation – Lease||9||View Suppliers|
|Lot 3: Maintenance||10||View Suppliers|
|Lot 4: Consultancy||9||View Suppliers|
Full details can be found in the user guide. A mini competition document is available along with the option to undertake a full further competition.
If you require support in running a further competition via this framework, Tenet Services can help. Tenet offer a nationwide service specialising in assisting education establishments to complete further competitions.
Tenet are part of the Crescent Purchasing Group of Companies and operate on a not-for-profit basis.
The CPC Quote Tool is free to use for all our members and offers quick, compliant access to all suppliers on our frameworks for purchases that fall below £213,477.
"The Quote Tool was easy to use and time saving, resulting in a straightforward process where we just had to put the details in once and could then use the reputable suppliers already recommended."
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For purchases that exceed £213,477, the CPC Sourcing Cloud is available that complies with the regulations to allow electronic tender returns whilst still being free to use for our members. Find out more about CPC Sourcing Cloud.
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The following documents are associated with this framework. Some are required for successful use of the framework and are clearly marked.
|EVCP User Guide||This is required reading if you are considering using this framework. It tells you everything you need to know about the panel of providers, eligibility, running the mini-competition process, and evaluating bids.||Yes||Download|
|EVCP Further Competition Document||Further Competition Template||Download|
With the increase in the number of Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs) and Plug In Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs) on our roads, this has put an increased demand on the National Grid's electrical supply. This means that electric vehicle charge points will now need to be regulated to help manage the increase in electricity demand from the transition to electric vehicles.
With the recent announcement that the government grants for some electric vehicles are changing and announcements regarding new EV charger installations, we have produced the following insight into what 2022 could hold for the marketplace.
CPCs brand new Electric Vehicle Charging Point (EVCP) framework is now live for members to use and is the first of its kind to be dedicated to the education sector.