New partnership creates one-stop EV charging shop
- 19 August 2021
- Posted by: Alan Feldberg
- Category: News
IDES Electrical Services in partnership with The Car Charging Shop is now providing all EV solutions to ECA Business Energy.
ECA Business Energy provides carbon neutral solutions and planning for the future.
The three organisations offer a full, turnkey solution to their clients; ranging from free, nationwide site surveys to discuss the installation, potential energy saving for their businesses, detailed consumption, carbon, and cost saving reports and installation solutions, from LED lighting, heating and electric vehicle charge points.
Paul Newman, director at The Car Charging Shop, said: “With the growth in the sales of electric vehicles over the last 18 months it became evident to me for the need to have a charging solution for all domestic and commercial charging.”
Garth Edwards, managing director at IDES Electrical Services said: “This is another step in the right direction for both IDES and for our customers. We are now working with two of the industry’s leaders – together, we share one mutual goal: to help businesses across the UK reduce their energy costs, through a reduction in their carbon footprint. With support from both the ECA and The Car Charing Shop, IDES is able to offer a tailored EV charging solution that also future proofs your business, in preparation for the government’s net zero plans.”
Steve Silverwood, managing director at ECA Business Energy, said: “Reducing scope 1 emissions is a crucial part of the government’s plans to achieve the agreed net zero targets by 2035 and 2050. The move towards electric vehicles is vital to achieving these targets and as such, we need to ensure that we have the charging infrastructure to support this. ECA are delighted to be partnering with The Car Charging Shop and IDES to ensure that our customers have access to the best charging solutions as part of their strategic carbon management plans as they work towards becoming carbon neutral and ultimately net zero.”