Paua – the UK’s largest independent electric vehicle roaming network for businesses – has welcomed Connected Kerb to its network.
Drivers utilising Paua’s EV charging solutions can now find, charge, and pay for charging services on Connected Kerb’s charging network.
Having announced an ambition to roll out 190,000 public on-street chargers by 2030 the London-based company is demonstrating the way forward for residents without off-street parking.
Paua and Connected Kerb have completed all contracts as well as technical integrations meaning that drivers can start a charge today.
Paua’s network now covers 14,800 charge point connectors across England & Wales. Recent contract signatures will extend this beyond 2,500 in the coming weeks.
The addition of nearly 1,000 connectors at nearly 200 locations across the country is a real boost to EV aspirations of many businesses.
Paua’s focus on commercial solutions ensures simplicity for electric vehicle fleets by providing the driver with one app to find, one card to charge, one bill for the fleet manager to recover expenses and thousands of chargepoints.
In addition, Paua offer a strong sustainability message for businesses as they guarantee that all electricity supplied is renewable and zero emissions. A business can report to your customers that there is no carbon associated with your driving.
Ben Boutcher-West, CDO of Connected Kerb, said: “Business drivers deserve the simplicity of a simple multi-brand EV charge card solution as much as everyday consumers. We are delighted to support Paua on their ongoing journey to develop the UK’s largest business charging solution. This is an essential part of enabling a full EV transition, supporting longer journeys and those that travel for work.”
Niall Riddell stated: “Connected Kerb’s mission to ensure drivers have access to easy to use on-street EV charging is something we strongly believe in. The addition to Paua’s market-leading, UK-wide network of chargepoints is another important milestone for us as a business.”
Image courtesy of Paua.