Aviva invests £110 million in Connected Kerb
The UK charging infrastructure company Connected Kerb is to receive an investment of up to £110 million from insurance company Aviva. The investment should enable the installation of a total of 190,000 publicly accessible AC chargers across the UK by 2030.
Connected Kerb launches new on-street charge point Chameleon
Connected Kerb, a British EV charging provider, has launched a new on-street charge point for EV users without driveways. The Chameleon is a charger in the style of a bollard and requires no planning permission. It is available as a single or dual charge socket in both 7 kW and 22 kW and follows the […]
Paua introduces roaming service exclusive to fleets
Paua, a newcomer to the e-mobility space founded in 2020, says it has reached a milestone with its roaming network now allowing access to 10,000 charge points across the UK. Their partners include leading providers such as Osprey, Fastned, Ionity, Connected Kerb, Char.gy, and Mer.
Connected Kerb to install 190,000 charge points
The British charging infrastructure company Connected Kerb has said it will install a total of 190,000 publicly accessible AC chargers in the UK by 2030. The company specialises in standard chargers with 7 to 22 kW for overnight street parking.
Connected Kerb expands to South London
Connected Kerb is working with the London borough of Lambeth in the South of the British capital. The partners want to install 22 EV chargers across eleven council estates for drivers who do not have access to off-street parking.
Connected Kerb charging infrastructure at Wichelstowe
The UK charging provider Connected Kerb has been tasked with the installation of charging infrastructure to support over 130 charging points, with 20 to be deployed immediately. The installations are part of an agreement to install chargers at a new 3,000-home development near Swindon.
Connected Kerb brings wireless charging to the UK
Wireless charging is coming to existing charging points in the UK. After sealing a partnership with the German induction technology specialist Magment, Connected Kerb is going to bring wireless EV charging to the UK. The inductive charging plates will be installed on UK streets and in carparks.
Recycling tyres to turn into EV chargers
British on-street charge point provider Connected Kerb and tyre developer ENSO have announced a strategic partnership. ENSO will supply end-of-life tyres to be recycled into Connected Kerb’s EV smart charging stations.