Joju Charging is a portal for public sector electric vehicle (EV) charging projects.

Whether you’re a local authority, a public body or service provider, we can help you to implement electric vehicle charging infrastructure solutions to meet and futureproof your requirements.

From public charge points in council car parks, to on-street electric vehicle (EV) charging provision, electric taxi ranks and fleet charging projects, we have the expertise to help you navigate suitable procurement routes, explore funding options, carry out feasibility studies, and manage installations and after-service. Find out more below…

Which Procurement Framework?

A number of EV charging infrastructure frameworks have been set up so that public bodies can gain access to market leading suppliers, technology and services. These frameworks are already compliant with UK/EU procurement legislation, so you won’t be required to run a full EU procurement process yourselves.  This allows you to save costs, and progress your EV chargepoint schemes more quickly.

Public bodies are generally deemed as including:

  • City Councils
  • County Councils
  • District and Borough Councils
  • Town Councils
  • Unitary Authorities
  • Universities
  • Further Education establishments
  • National Park Authorities
  • Housing Associations
  • Police Authorities
  • Fire & Rescue Services
  • Other Emergency Service organisations
  • Health Services
  • Academies
  • Schools
  • The Ministry of Defence

Joju Charging have been selected as an approved supplier for three of the UK’s most high-profile EV charging infrastructure frameworks, having been assessed for our experience, track record and our technical and professional ability.

The framework best suited to your specific EV charging requirements will depend on a number of factors, including the location of your sites and the type of charging solution(s) you wish to implement.

If you have any questions about your potential project, or are not sure of the best framework to use for your requirements, you can contact us using the form below, and we can help you with any queries about the process.

Take a look at the map and information below to help you find the best framework to use for your EV charging project

Quick Enquiry

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What Electric Vehicle Charging Solutions are you interested in:
Public Car ParksOn-street chargersFleetStaffTaxiOther (please specify)

What funding solutions are you interested in:
Private financeOLEV - Workplace Charging SchemeOLEV - On-street Residential Chargepoint SchemeOLEV - Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme

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Central Southern Regional Framework

The Central Southern Regional Framework for Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure is a framework open to public sector bodies based in and around Hampshire, Berkshire, Devon, Dorset, Isle of Wight, Oxfordshire, Surrey, West Sussex and Wiltshire. The full range of EV charging options and technologies are available using this framework, and it includes a unique fully funded option.

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London’s Go Ultra Low City Scheme (GULCS)

This programme is designed to help London boroughs deliver EV charge points and is a joint project between Transport for London (TfL), London Councils, and the Greater London Authority (GLA). It includes funding from the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) to specifically provide solutions for on-street EV charging in Greater London.

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ESPO Vehicle charging Framework

This is a framework that can be accessed by public bodies nationwide. Through the ESPO Vehicle Charging Framework, we can deliver, install and commission the full range of EV charging solutions and technologies.  We are not tied to any particular manufacturer or product, so can specify bespoke solutions acording to your needs.

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Case Studies

See some of the EV charging projects we have carried out with public bodies and organisations:

University of Southampton, EV charge point, Avenue Campus

The University of Southampton EV Charging Pilot

Test Valley, Chantry Centre, car park, EV charge point, Test Valley, fully funded

Test Valley’s fully-funded charge points

Councillor Tony Page, Reading Borough Council, lamp post charger, lamp post electric car charging point, City EV, Cityline100

Lamp post charging points in Reading

Bitterne, rapid charger, taxi, fast charger, bay markings, ev only

Rapid Chargers in Southampton

Rotherham, Metropolitan, Borough, Council, Wellgate, car park, solar PV

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council’s Full Set

fleet, Hampshire Scientific Services, EV, New Motion

Fleet Charging for Hampshire County Council

Electric police car, charging, chargepoint, New Motion, Central Southern REgional Framework

The Thin Blue Line Goes Green

Bedford Road, Southampton, electric car charging station, public charging station

Cleaning Transport with Southampton City Council

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