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Connected Kerb wins Best Consumer Proposition Award

We are proud to announce that Connected Kerb won Best Consumer Proposition Award for its Agile Streets project at the Electric Vehicle Innovations and Excellence Awards for the next categories.

Agile Streets was the first trial of public smart charging in the UK offering users the chance to schedule a charge when cheapest during off-peak times.

Richard Turnbull, Head of Innovation at Connected Kerb (pictured below), picked up the award on behalf of the company, which was part of a consortium of Samsung Research, Octopus Energy, SMET Design Ltd, PNDC and Energy Saving Trust.


Rich Turnbull at EVIES

We were also shortlisted for awards in the following categories.

  • Chargepoint Network of the Year
  • Best Consumer Proposition (Utility/Energy) - Agile Streets
  • Special Recognition Award: Belinda Cotter, Delivery and Operations Manager (pictured below)

Belinda Cotter 1-min

A big thanks to our fantastic team who are working towards our vision of accelerating the transition to sustainable mobility for all people with reliable, affordable and accessible electric vehicle charging solutions. 

CiTTI award nomination

We are proud to announce that we’ve also been shortlisted by CiTTi awards for the EV Charging category.

The CiTTi Awards are designed to celebrate and reward work in the UK, or by UK-based companies and organisations, which assists in the sustainable movement of people and goods through urban environments.

We’ll attend the awards ceremony on the 22 November. Come and join us for an unmissable networking opportunity.

The event is open for all! Register here: