Blink Charging Wins USPS Contract for EV Charging Infrastructure

What’s Happening: Blink Charging Co., a top manufacturer, operator, and provider of electric vehicle (EV) charging equipment and services, has been awarded an IDIQ contract by the United States Postal Service (USPS). The contract entails the sale of up to 41,500 EV charging units to the USPS as part of the organization’s vehicle electrification strategy.

Why It Matters: The USPS’s push to electrify its fleet is a significant step toward sustainable, eco-friendly operations. By choosing Blink Charging as a partner, the USPS is endorsing Blink’s reliable and advanced EV charging solutions. This move may also serve as an example for other fleet owners to follow suit and transition to electric vehicles.

Key Points:

  • Blink Charging will provide the USPS with its Series 7 dual-port charger, which features up to 80 amps of power at each port.
  • These Level 2 AC chargers enable two vehicles to charge simultaneously using the Universal J1772 connector at 19.2kW.
  • The chargers come with a NEMA 3R outdoor-rated enclosure, allowing for installation flexibility both indoors and outdoors.
  • The compact design of the chargers allows for ideal placement with wall or pedestal mounting options.
  • Blink’s fleet products and services include innovative hardware and management software that connects vehicles, drivers, and EV chargers.

Bottom Line: Blink Charging’s contract with the USPS to provide up to 41,500 EV charging units highlights the growing trend of fleet electrification. As a leader in the EV charging industry, Blink’s solutions will support the USPS’s efforts to modernize and transition to a more sustainable and efficient electric fleet.


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