Electric vehicle charging infrastructure

Framework No: 2119

About this framework

Framework period: 30 May 2022 to 29 May 2024 with an option to extend for up to two twelve-month periods

This first-generation framework for electric vehicle charging infrastructure will provide our members with a mechanism to procure a range of works, products and services, including the supply, installation and maintenance of electric vehicle charging equipment and associated items (e.g., feeder cabinets) for depots, fleets, on-street and off-street requirements.

The framework will allow our members to develop and enhance electric vehicle charging infrastructure, which is required across Scotland to facilitate the uptake of ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEVs). It will support the Scottish Government Climate Change Plans objective of eliminating the need for any new petrol and diesel light commercial vehicles in Scotland’s public sector fleet by 2025 and, creates the conditions to eliminate the need for all new petrol and diesel vehicles by 2030.

The framework will contribute to the 2045 net-zero emissions target as defined by the Climate Change (Emissions Reduction Targets) (Scotland) Act 2019.

As with all our frameworks, this framework was developed in close consultation with key stakeholders. It is fully compliant with all legislative requirements and was developed in line with Scotland Excel’s sustainable procurement approach.

Benefits

  • Fixed pricing for 12 months for rates and people rates.
  • Suppliers to the framework represent a mix of micro, small, medium and large organisations with 18 of the 33 awarded suppliers classified as SME’s or micro businesses. 19 suppliers are Scottish businesses.
  • All suppliers have committed to providing local community benefits.
  • A range of sustainable measures have been proposed including:
    • Waste management and reduction processes.
    • Safe disposal of Waste, Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
    • Use of recyclable packaging and packaging take-back schemes.
    • Transport strategies to reduce the environmental impact of transportation.
    • Use of ULEVs for service delivery.
    • Carbon monitoring and policy/strategy to reduce carbon footprint.
  • 28 suppliers pay the Real Living Wage to their workforce.

Lots

Bmm Energy Solutions Ltd
Centregreat Limited
Chargemaster Ltd t/a bp pulse
Connected Kerb Limited
Easy Heat Systems Ltd
Enerveo Limited
Everwarm Ltd
Jorro Ltd
Juuce Ltd t/a EO Charging
Liberty Charge Limited
Morrison Energy Services Ltd
MP Group U K Ltd
Munro Wilson Limited
Procast Energy Services ltd
Ross-Shire Engineering Ltd
Saltire Facilities Management Ltd
ScottishPower Energy Retail Limited
SSUK Ltd
Story Contracting Ltd
SWARCO UK LIMITED
Valley Group Limited
W.G.M (ENGINEERING)LIMITED
Yunex Limited

Bmm Energy Solutions Ltd
City Electrical Factors Limited
Edmundson Electrical Ltd
Entrust Smart Home Microgrid Ltd
Gilbarco Veeder-Root Limited
GPH Builders Merchants Ltd
Jorro Ltd
Juuce Ltd t/a EO Charging
Metric Group Ltd
MP Group U K Ltd
Rexel UK Limited
Ross-Shire Engineering Ltd
SSUK Ltd
Story Contracting Ltd
SWARCO UK LIMITED
Zaptec U.K. Ltd

Bmm Energy Solutions Ltd
Boyd Brothers (Fauldhouse) Ltd
John G. Mackintosh Limited
Jorro Ltd
MP Group U K Ltd
Ross-Shire Engineering Ltd
SSUK Ltd
SWARCO UK LIMITED
Valley Group Limited

Centregreat Limited
Gilbarco Veeder-Root Limited
Jorro Ltd
Ross-Shire Engineering Ltd
SSUK Ltd
W.G.M (ENGINEERING)LIMITED
Yunex Limited

Sectors

The electric vehicle charging infrastructure framework is available to all Scotland Excel local authority and associate members.

Key Facts

The framework uses NEC4 terms (Engineering and Construction Short Contract, Term Service Short Contract and Supply Short Contract).

Further information on Scotland Excel’s electric vehicle charging infrastructure framework is available in our members area.

If you are not yet a member, and would like to know more about the framework, please contactus.