We're all about making an electric vehicle charging as stress-free as possible. We want to give you the most seamless charging experience out there while keeping prices low and energy levels up
Ready to charge? Go to our app to find your nearest Connected Kerb location and select the charge point to start, it's that easy. We’re adding hundreds of new charging points across the UK every month - so make sure you have us on your phone to stay in the know.
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To find a charge point near you, you can also check our map below.
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1. Download our app
2. Register your RFID card in the app
3. Add your preferred payment method
4. Tap the card on the RFID reader on the charging point to start the session
Not sure what an RFID card is? Check our FAQ's here
Our vision is EV access for all, which is why our solution can be tailored for those without a driveway or the capacity to charge at home. We want to bring the convenience of home charging to all people.
The more demand we gather from you, your friends, neighbours and family, the more we can help you realise these ambitions by working with your local representatives.
When petrol and diesel vehicles - or internal combustion engine vehicles (ICE) - park in spaces intended for electric vehicles, this is commonly referred to as ICEing.
This can be very frustrating for Electric Vehicle (EV) drivers intending to charge their vehicles. The term can also be applied in cases where EV or Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs) take up these valuable spaces with no intention of charging. It is essential that nobody gets left behind on your EV journey which is why we aim to support EV users without driveways or the capacity to charge their vehicle at home.
With patchy traffic regulation enforcement across the country, we would be happy to support the local community by reporting instances to the local council.
Help us identify which bays are being being ICEedComplete the following form to let us know what issues are occurring and we will inform your local authority
For driver support with charging email us at firstname.lastname@example.org