AutoRaise, the industry charity that works with the vehicle repair industry to address its skills crisis, has renewed their partnership with ECA Business Energy
ECA Business Energy have been providing energy and carbon services to clients in all sectors for over 35 years. Having worked in the bodyshop sector for over 12 years, they have helped more than 350 bodyshops save over £3.5million through their energy procurement, bill validation and energy management services.
In the last 12 months ECA Business Energy have been supporting bodyshops on their journey to being carbon neutral in accordance with the PAS2060 standard. Steve Silverwood, Managing Director of ECA Business Energy, said, "We are delighted to announce we have renewed our partnership with AutoRaise. We look forward to working with them for many years to come and help tackle the skill shortage issue within the industry."
"We started working in the Bodyshop sector over 12 years ago, during that time we have worked very closely with our clients and have seen the issues in the industry with the skills shortage and strongly support the vision of AutoRaise in tackling this issue."
Steve Thompson, AutoRaise Vice Chair said, "We are thrilled to have the continued support of ECA Business Energy and salute their efforts in helping repairers become carbon neutral. We can use their contribution to endeavour to support and sustain the vehicle repair industry labour market. By renewing their commitment, they have reaffirmed the importance of a multi stakeholder approach for tackling the skills crisis in our industry."
AutoRaise would welcome the opportunity of discussing partnership opportunities with any stakeholders in the industry who will benefit from a buoyant vehicle repair sector in the future. Please contact Jen Evans at [email protected]