Mitie has been named as a supplier on the Crown Commercial Service’s Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Solutions (VCIS) and Heat Networks and Electricity Generation Assets (HELGA) agreements.
VCIS allows public sector organisations to access suppliers providing electric vehicle (EV) charge point infrastructure and solutions, while HELGA involves supporting energy purchase agreements and auditing through to delivering decarbonisation projects and improving building efficiency.
Mitie sees its appointments to these two as key element of its ‘Plan Zero’ commitment to support organisations in achieving their net zero objectives.
Mitie expects to make use of its Plan Zero Fleet Transition Service, helping clients switch to electric and manage charge point infrastructure, as well as its Zero Carbon for Zero Cost Service designed to help clients improve buildings’ energy efficiency, reduce carbon emissions and cut costs.
Simon Venn, the company's chief government & strategy officer, said: “Joining these two agreements provides the opportunity to share our electric vehicle and energy management expertise to help public sector organisations on their journey to net zero.”