RSE is proud to announce that we have been awarded a position on a pan-Scotland Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Infrastructure Framework. We will be supporting Scotland Excel, a non-profit organisation serving Scotland’s 32 Local Authorities, with the continued expansion of EV Charging Infrastructure across Scotland. The framework is estimated by Scotland Excel to be worth a total investment of £80 million, which will be bid for by companies included on the framework.
RSE were the only large company to be awarded a position in all four lots, including Supply, Installation, Maintenance, and all three scopes combined, across all six regions, which includes all 32 Local Authorities.
Over the next two years (with the potential for a further two twelve-month periods) the delivery of the framework by RSE will be delivered by our Renewable Energy Team based in Muir of Ord and Cumbernauld, with our existing nationwide specialist in-house EV Charge Point delivery teams. This award will enable us to expand the team further through recruitment, growth from within the business, all of which supports RSE’s plan for further growth within Scotland and across the UK, creating jobs and opportunities across the communities which we serve.
This framework and the move to greener transport is in line with RSE’s own net-zero commitments and route map for the de-carbonisation of the delivery of our products and services.
Commenting on the framework award, RSE’s Framework Manager Glenn Colley said:
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We recognise the current criticality of climate change and the need for a zero-carbon emissions future. As OZEV approved charge point installers, RSE are helping to combat the climate crisis by preparing to transition our diesel van fleet to electric-powered vehicles, and we have now developed the capability to install electric vehicle (EV) charge points.