UK-based company Connected Kerb, formed in 2017, provide smart public and private charging solutions for fleets, residential and commercial developers, workplaces, and councils. The company has developed a new approach to charging infrastructure, creating an innovative and flexible concept that champions sustainability.
The capabilities of Connected Kerb’s solution reach far beyond that of traditional charging. Instead, the system acts as an integrated smart cities platform through its connection to both power and data. It is wireless charging enabled, can host Wi-Fi, 5G and various Internet of Things technologies, such as air quality sensors. Crucially, the system is flexible to upgrades and new technologies, dissolving its risk of becoming obsolete.
Connected Kerb’s unique design sees the sensitive technology housed below ground and discreet charging sockets above ground, made from high volumes of recycled materials, including recycled rubber and plastic. CK has won multiple innovation and sustainability awards, including Best New Product and Best On-Street Charging Solution at The EVIEs.
The company’s vision is to provide sustainable charging solutions for all people. Its clients include Barratt Developments plc, Cambridge Science Park, ProLogis, the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, Dover District Council, Bedford Borough Council, and more.