E-mobility platform GreenFlux has expanded its roaming network in the United Kingdom market by signing a contract with charge point operator Connected Kerb.
Based in London, Connected Kerb focuses on both AC and DC charging infrastructure, and with this agreement, GreenFlux will add more than 2,500 charge points in the UK, wits total now including over 509,000 charge points across Europe.
The partnership enables EV drivers served by each of GreenFlux’s platform customers to access more than 2,500 charge points in the UK through their existing e-mobility apps and charge card services.
Connected Kerb delivers on-street community charging and works with local councils to support homeowners unable to charge their vehicles at home. The operator also installs future-proof EV charging infrastructure at workplaces, retail destinations, car parks, commercial real estate, and for residential developers.
Chris Pateman-Jones, CEO of Connected Kerb, said: “Connected Kerb is aiming to make sure that nobody gets left behind in the switch to electric vehicles. Providing inclusive, reliable and convenient EV charging infrastructure to everyone means making our chargers visible to as many EV drivers as possible. This partnership with Greenflux will allow users of the DKV Mobility app to find, use and pay for a charger on Connected Kerb’s network seamlessly and hassle-free.”
Suthalan Gnanes, Managing Director and Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) at GreenFlux, said: “We are proud to expand in the UK market with Connected Kerb. It is good to see how EV roaming is picking up in the country. Connected with their extensive charging network, it would certainly improve the on-the-go charging experiences and be extremely valuable for drivers of our platform customers.”
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