Blink Charging to Provide Charging Services to the Florida Sheriffs’ Association

Days after winning the bid to install charging infrastructure in northern Illinois, United States, Blink Charging continues to gain the trust of both companies and public sector institutions to consolidate its leadership position in electromobility.

Through an official statement, the company informed that it was awarded a contract with the Florida Sheriffs’ Association Cooperative Purchasing Program (CPP) to provide supply points for electric vehicles.

FSA Executive Director Steve Casey noted that this agreement with Blink will streamline the integration and execution of electric vehicle deployment for local governments and municipalities, improving mobility and safety for increasing numbers of citizens.”

“The Florida Sheriffs’ Association (FSA) Cooperative Purchasing Program (CPP) is pleased to welcome Blink to our new electric vehicle charging stations and software contract,” he said.

The CPP, which is a cooperation of the Florida Sheriffs’ Association with the Association of Counties and the State Fire Chiefs’ Association, offers streamlined statewide purchasing contracts for local governments, county sheriffs, county government, local boards, municipalities, law enforcement agencies, other local public or public safety agencies, and state colleges and universities.

The Program provides value to public procurement departments, enabling agencies to aggregate demand to purchase electric vehicle hardware and services from pre-selected electric vehicle charging suppliers, including Blink.

As a CPP provider, Blink’s products will be widely available to members, giving them direct access to charging solutions. This pact gives Blink the potential to reach and contract with thousands of state and local agencies, municipalities and educational organizations throughout Florida.

The plan was decided upon because of Blink’s extensive track record of providing advanced technology solutions for all electrified car customers, including consumers, fleets, businesses, retailers, developers and municipalities.

Blink’s unique owner-operator model provides users and partners with industry-renowned charging stations for every location and a 360-degree solution they can rely on in a rapidly evolving market.

By offering the most flexibility in the industry, Blink’s strategic and customized business models also achieve customer objectives, whether partners want to own, partner or host their charging infrastructure.

Blink’s vice president of fleet solutions, Amy Dobrikova noted that as the electric vehicle industry continues to grow, the company celebrates as it sees the number of electric vehicle options now available to public safety forces and fleets.

“To meet the demands of the new electric vehicle fleets, it is imperative that public agencies begin the process now to install electric vehicle chargers so that they are,” she added.

Latam Mobility Participation: Chile

The Latin American market represents an important part of Blink Charging’s roadmap in the midst of its expansion process. After its presence in Latam Mobility Colombia, the company will also participate in the meeting to be held in Santiago de Chile on August 30 and 31.

The Summit will bring together the leaders of sustainable mobility in the Southern Cone, to visualize the prospects of the renewable energy industry, green hydrogen, charging infrastructure, clean fuels, mobility as a service, smart cities and the vision of major manufacturers.

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