Level 2 and DC Fast Electric Vehicle Chargers.

Commonwealth of Virginia Ridable State EV Charger Contracts

These contracts allow other public universities, state agencies and local governments to purchase electric vehicle charging equipment through the rideable (or cooperative) contracts. Both Level 2 charging and direct current fast charging (DCFC) options are available in the contracts. Several of the vendors on contract are either small businesses or minority-owned.

The selected vendors and their respective pricing contracts (PDFs) are linked below:

The full contracts and supporting documents can be found at JMU Contract Management or VASCUPP. Download Flier Here.

A few different types of chargers and their approximate pricing; see contracts linked above for full list of equipment and pricing.

For more information, watch our “Technology Happy Hour” webinar with the contract vendors!

National Fleet Auto Group Cooperative Procurement Contract


Vehicles include the Prius Prime, Chevrolet Bolt EV and Mustang Mach-E

Virginia Sheriff’s Association Vehicle Procurement Program


Vehicles include the Ford 150 Hybrid, Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid and Nissan LEAF EV

Climate Mayors Purchasing Collaborative


Electric vehicles and chargers are here and contract frequently is updated.

Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPCs)


VCC member ABM can discuss with you funding options for your project and offers a no-obligation feasibility assessment. Contact Chrissy Sherriff, ABM Infrastructure Funding Specialist, at Christina.Sherriff@ABM.com


Blink Charging and ChargePoint are both on contract for electric vehicle charging equipment.

Science Museum Chargepoint (December 2021):

“CTR000181 – Furnish & Install Electric Vehicle Charging Stations”

Commonwealth of Virginia eVA ChargePoint contract

Virginia Electric Transit Bus State Contracts

Provided by the Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation.

Commercial Clean Vehicle Credit


Beginning January 1, 2023, as part of the IRS’s Clean Vehicle Tax Credits, the IRC Section 45W tax credit for commercial clean vehicles will provide 30% of the vehicle cost for heavy-duty zero-emission vehicles (such as electric or hydrogen). Heavy-duty vehicles can qualify for up to $40,000 but credits are limited to the incremental cost of the vehicle compared to its gasoline or diesel counterpart.