Government / Department of Enterprise Services

EV Support has a current contract with the Washington Department of Enterprise Services to provide Electrical Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) as part of the State’s cooperative purchasing program. 

Per DES’s website, this Contract has the following benefits:

  • Product Selection: Gives the purchaser an array of certified EVSE from qualified manufacturers/dealers. This allows the purchaser the flexibility to select the most appropriate EVSE for their intended use.
  • Competitive manufacturer pricing.
  • UL Certified (EVSE) products.
  • Warranty options.
  • Catalogs and list pricing available electronically.
  • EVSE Installation Option.

Who can participate in the cooperative purchasing program?  

All State Agencies, Political Subdivisions, Qualified Non-profit Organizations, Materials Management Centers and Participating Institutions of Higher Education (Colleges and Universities, Community and Technical Colleges).  The following states and other agencies in these states:

  1. Washington 
  2. Participating Cooperatives.

This Contract is for the purchase, delivery and/or installation of (Full Turnkey Contractor) Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (at the option of the purchaser). General product types include:

  • Level 1 (Standard/Wall Mount)
  • Level 2 (Wall Mount/Pedestal/Single and Dual Port)
  • DC Fast Charger (Wall Mount/Pedestal/Single and Dual Port)
  • Solar Charger, Portable (Mobile) Charger
  • Network Services
  • Maintenance
  • Installation.

Please fill out our DES Site Assessment form so we can learn more about your project and determine your Agency or public entities specific needs … based on the Washington State Department of Enterprise Services contract, in conjunction with National Car Charging and ChargePoint.

Free Quote

    To expedite your quote, it's helpful to attach the following files:
    (Note that the file size limit is 25MB.)

    1) A clear photo of the inside of your electrical panel including the inside door.

    2) A photo of the wall with the electrical panel from about 10 feet away.

    3) A photo of the area where you'd like the EV charger installed.