bp pulse awarded contract with Purchasing Cooperative of America

bp pulse and PCA

bp pulse has been awarded a contract with the Purchasing Cooperative of America (PCA), a major step in bp’s strategy to simplify electrification for public fleets and accelerate the deployment of EV charging infrastructure across the nation.

As an Awarded Contractor, bp pulse will now be able to directly offer their Omega charge management software and EVSE procurement services to public agencies that are PCA members, which allows public entities to purchase services directly from bp pulse without releasing their own RFP, which can save time and resources for both the agencies and service providers. These entities include public, private and charter schools; state colleges and universities; hospitals; law enforcement; non-profit, among others.

San Diego Metropolitan Transit System selects bp pulse as charge management software provider to optimize electric bus fleet efficiency

bp pulse and san diego mts logos displayed on blue and green background

bp pulse announced today plans to establish the bp pulse Gigahub network, a series of large, EV fast-charging hubs designed to serve ride-hail and taxi fleets near U.S. airports and high-demand locations across the nation. The first planned location would be built near Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) in collaboration with Hertz and is partially funded by a grant from the California Energy Commission (CEC).

bp pulse Omega charge management software critical component for Sysco electrification

bp pulse announced today plans to establish the bp pulse Gigahub network, a series of large, EV fast-charging hubs designed to serve ride-hail and taxi fleets near U.S. airports and high-demand locations across the nation. The first planned location would be built near Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) in collaboration with Hertz and is partially funded by a grant from the California Energy Commission (CEC).

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bp pulse announced today plans to establish the bp pulse Gigahub network, a series of large, EV fast-charging hubs designed to serve ride-hail and taxi fleets near U.S. airports and high-demand locations across the nation. The first planned location would be built near Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) in collaboration with Hertz and is partially funded by a grant from the California Energy Commission (CEC).

bp pulse and Uber team up on driver charging as EV momentum builds

bp pulse announced today plans to establish the bp pulse Gigahub network, a series of large, EV fast-charging hubs designed to serve ride-hail and taxi fleets near U.S. airports and high-demand locations across the nation. The first planned location would be built near Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) in collaboration with Hertz and is partially funded by a grant from the California Energy Commission (CEC).

bp plans to invest $1 billion in EV charging across US by 2030, helping to meet demand from Hertz’s expanding EV rentals

bp (NYSE: bp) took another step toward delivering on its transformation to an integrated energy company today by announcing plans to invest $1 billion by 2030 into electric vehicle (EV) charge points across the United States. A cornerstone of the investment includes Hertz (NASDAQ: HTZ) and bp announcing an intention to bring fast charging infrastructure to Hertz locations in major cities, such as Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Houston, Miami, New York City, Orlando, Phoenix, San Francisco and Washington, DC.

bp pulse to launch Gigahub EV fast-charging hubs for ride-hail fleet charging near airports and other high-demand U.S. locations

bp pulse announced today plans to establish the bp pulse Gigahub network, a series of large, EV fast-charging hubs designed to serve ride-hail and taxi fleets near U.S. airports and high-demand locations across the nation. The first planned location would be built near Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) in collaboration with Hertz and is partially funded by a grant from the California Energy Commission (CEC).