Connected Kerb signs up to become new Zap-Pay partner

Zap-Map has announced that Connected Kerb is the latest charge point operator to join Zap-Pay. The two companies, having recently signed the Zap-Pay agreement, have begun work on the technical integration required to set up Connected Kerb as a fully-fledged Zap-Pay partner. 

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190k on-street EV chargers by 2030 as part of a £1.9bn rollout

Connected Kerb has announced plans to install 190,000 public on-street EV chargers, worth up to £1.9bn, by 2030. The company has secured new partnerships for 10,000 public on-street EV chargers across the UK in 2021 alone, the majority of which will be deployed across West Sussex and Kent, announced today.

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More than 30 public EV charging points now available across Medway

Residents are now able to use 34 newly installed electric vehicle charging points in three council-owned car parks across Medway. The charging points were installed by Connected Kerb and to use them, residents can download an app and follow the instructions to pay for an EV charging session.

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Connected Kerb EV charging project in Lambeth addresses EV inequality

The London Borough of Lambeth has worked with Connected Kerb in a first-of-its-kind project to demonstrate how affordable and accessible public EV charging infrastructure can be deployed to tackle EV inequality and drive greater EV adoption amongst communities traditionally under-represented in the EV transition.

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Project to improve EV charger performance launches

A project to improve the performance of Electric Vehicle (EV) chargers, the Assure Charge project, has launched following a successful award of a collaborative bid with research and testing facility PNDC and EV charging experts Connected Kerb.

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