Eaton, a provider of “intelligent power management” products and services, has long done business with the US General Services Administration (GSA), the federal agency that manages the government’s property and physical assets, notably the massive federal vehicle fleet.
Now Eaton’s contract with the GSA has been expanded to include EV charging infrastructure products and services (EVSE). The updated contract also provides a framework to support state and local government EVSE projects, including necessary upgrades to building energy systems.
Among other current projects, the VA is procuring Eaton Green Motion EV chargers for the VA Medical Center in Coatesville, Pennsylvania. Some of the newest Eaton solutions included in the GSA blanket purchase agreement (BPA) are the company’s smart-breaker chargers and energy storage solutions.
“For decades, federal agencies have relied on Eaton to advance sustainable, resilient electrical infrastructure projects,” said Jim Dankowski, Federal Government Marketing Director at Eaton. “Today, our longstanding government taskforce and energy transition team are also helping simplify every aspect of EVSE projects—from the charger to the grid.”