Additional revenue opportunities through EV charging available via the Sport & Leisure Procurement Portal
The cost-of-living crisis is putting an increasingly significant squeeze on the sport and leisure industry and, following the announcement that the UK Government’s Energy Bills Discount Scheme will not apply to the sector, it’s vitally important for leisure facilities and sporting organisations to make savings wherever possible and look for opportunities to generate additional revenue.
The Sport and Leisure Procurement Portal, powered by 2buy2 and open to both Welsh Sports Association (WSA) and Community Leisure UK members, offers this opportunity.
By converting parking spaces, at facilities or sports clubs, into EV charging bays, your organisation can profit from an increase of thousands of pounds each year in terms of revenue. On average, each charging point will generate £1,000-£1,500 every year – with no capital expenditure for the organisation!
If you have a car parking space at your club or facility, then get in touch with the team – there are additional revenue opportunities.
Sport & Leisure procurement portal
Many organisations in Wales have already been taken of advantage of the Procurement Portal.
One grassroots club, the Race Association Football Club – a club affiliated to the FAW – announced this month that, courtesy of the partnership between the WSA and 2buy2, they made significant savings on their energy costs.
The club confirmed that, through 2buy2, they’d had a saving of 60% on unit price with a 29% saving on standing charge!
To discover all of the ways that the WSA Sport & Leisure procurement portal can support your organisation or club in making vital savings on a whole range of necessary product categories, visit the WSA Sport & Leisure Procurement Portal.