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September 28, 2023

InCharge Energy Awarded Competitive Contract From Sourcewell For Streamlined Cooperative Purchasing

Participating Agencies Can Now Choose InCharge for Fleet Electrification Services

SANTA MONICA, CALIF. (September 28, 2023) – InCharge Energy, the leading fleet electrification services solution provider, has earned a competitive contract from distinguished purchasing cooperative Sourcewell. The contract allows InCharge to seamlessly serve a variety of public entities – including school districts, higher education entities, governmental agencies, and non-profit organizations – with turnkey electrification solutions for their fleets.  

“It’s an honor to join the Sourcewell family, which has been a trusted partner of thousands of organizations for many years,” said Steve Kelley, CCO (Chief Commercial Officer) of InCharge Energy. “We look forward to providing Sourcewell participating agencies with our comprehensive range of services and state-of-the-art hardware and software products.” 

Sourcewell is a national purchasing cooperative that represents more than 50,000 entities, including government agencies, higher education, K-12 education, non-profit organizations, tribal government, and other public agencies located in the United States.  

After a rigorous procurement process, InCharge was awarded a four-year Fleet Electrification Transition Planning, Management, and Related Services contract from Sourcewell, with options for three single-year extensions. With this contract, customers will be able to procure charging and energy equipment and InControl™ fleet charge management software as well. Sourcewell participating agencies can also take advantage of Charging as a Service, for lower, predictable monthly costs, and can leverage InCharge’s extensive grants and funding support.  

Current and prospective Sourcewell participating agencies can learn more about the InCharge contract, or how to join Sourcewell, here 

InCharge will collaborate directly with Sourcewell’s northern counterpart, Canoe Procurement Group of Canada, to serve eligible Canadian-based organizations, currently included more than 5,000 public and non-profit agencies. 

For more information about InCharge Energy services and products, please visit 

About InCharge Energy

InCharge Energy is on the frontlines of large-scale emissions reduction, accelerating the electrification of the transportation industry – one commercial fleet at a time. With end-to-end, turnkey solutions for commercial electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure projects, InCharge Energy equips fleet managers with the top brands in charging hardware and software; customized hardware and software products; short-, mid- and long-range plans for seamless fleet and facilities transition to EVs; financing; and maintenance and corrective repairs over the life of the charging assets.  

InCharge develops innovative hardware, software and services designed and engineered specifically for fleets, such as service-dispatch-integrated software, fleet-management-integrated software, electricity load management, durable cable management products and high-reliability maintenance, repair, and warranty services. Whether a fleet has 200 sedans or 20,000 Class 8 trucks, the team at InCharge serves a diverse clientele throughout North America, including major commercial fleets, truck and bus manufacturers, rideshare operators, EV manufacturers, school districts, municipalities, and facilities owners, among many others. 

Headquartered in the world’s first zero-emissions delivery zone in Santa Monica, Calif., InCharge Energy was founded by EV industry veterans Cameron Funk and Terry O’Day. The company has additional operations in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Michigan, and Virginia. 

More information about InCharge Energy and its services can be found at You can also follow InCharge on LinkedIn and the Threads app 

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Brand Ally Communications

(818) 730-5174

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