Connected Kerb powers up plans to install 190,000 charge points over next decade

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Connected Kerb will install 600 new EV chargers across Kent, as part of 10,000 confirmed new public on-street installations | Credit:Connected Kerb
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Connected Kerb will install 600 new EV chargers across Kent, as part of 10,000 confirmed new public on-street installations | Credit:Connected Kerb

Connected Kerb announces it has secured tenders from local councils to install initial wave of 10,000 charge points, as it sets out ambitious plans for coming decade

Leading electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure provider Connected Kerb today unveiled plans to install 190,000 public charge points over the next decade as part of a £1.9bn scheme to scale up EV charging...

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