Sep 29, 2022 - 04:13 pm
Westminster targets over 2,000 on-street charge points
Westminster Council has turned to Siemens again to build out lamppost charging in the London borough. 500 new Ubitricity charge points shall link up to the existing network by spring 2023, impressively bringing up the total number of chargers in Westminster.
Aug 7, 2022 - 02:25 pm
New York City EV pilot may lead to 10,000 on-street chargers by 2030
Connected Kerb has been selected to deliver on-street charge points across New York City in what the company calls a “groundbreaking flagship project”. Provided for the New York City Department of Transportation (NYC DOT) and Newlab, the pilot could lead to 10,000 curbside chargers across NYC by 2030.
May 2, 2022 - 01:49 pm
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 […]
Feb 19, 2020 - 03:11 pm
Hackney to install 182 charging points this year
The London Borough of Hackney announced plans to construct an additional 182 electric vehicle charging points over the course of this year. At the same time, the Council is launching a feasibility study into the rapid expansion of charging infrastructure in the borough.
Jun 23, 2019 - 10:25 pm
London: 110 charging points coming to Barnet (video)
Barnet Council has installed the first 40 lamp column charging points for electric cars. The London borough plans to launch a further 40 in autumn as part of the Air Quality Action Plan and Long Term Transport Strategy.
Mar 2, 2019 - 02:55 pm
London: Ubitricity to add 200 streetlamp EV chargers
Over 200 public electric vehicle chargers will go up on lampposts in London’s green borough of Richmond, provided by Ubitricity. The project was funded with a £300,000 grant from the Go Ultra Low City Scheme run by the Department for Transport.