Bus Éireann procured the design, supply, and installation and commissioning of battery electric vehicle infrastructure and associated civil works, including fifteen (15) double head chargers (30 No. charge points), and annual maintenance and systems costs for the purpose of operating battery electric vehicles.

Extended TitleSupply Installation and Annual Maintenance of Electric Vehicle Chargers in Roxboro, Limerick
Extended Description

Bus Éireann procured the design, supply, and installation and commissioning of battery electric vehicle infrastructure and associated civil works, including fifteen (15) double head chargers (30 No. charge points), and annual maintenance and systems costs for the purpose of operating battery electric vehicles.

Modifications

Bus Éireann requires the supply, installation and commissioning of battery electric vehicle infrastructure and associated civil works, including an additional twenty (20) double head chargers (40 No. charge points), and including annual maintenance and systems costs.

Deadline DateNone Provided
Publication Date2023-12-08
CountryIreland
Procurement StatusAmended
TypeNegotiated procedure
Contract TypeSupplies
Award CriteriaNot applicable
OrganisationBus Eireann/Irish Bus
Attention OfSimon Lambert
Address21 Phibsboro Road
TownDublin
Postal CodeBroadstone
Phone+353 17033412
Class Code31158000
Class DescriptionChargers
SourceOffice for Official Publications of the European Communities - Tenders electronic daily (Ted)

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