Connected Kerb works with local authorities to help them achieve their net-zero goals by providing reliable, affordable and sustainable EV infrastructure. Making EV charging accessible to all, regardless of social status, where they live, or their physical ability is also central to their ethos.
We look at how the world is moving towards electric vehicles and how the UK plans to use this industry to reach its net zero goals by 2050.
We caught up with Isabel James, Head of Residential at Connected Kerb, who detailed how the EV charging point provider transforms old and new properties to meet the growing demand for EVs.
Electric vehicles (EVs) had a record year in 2020, with more than 10 million of them recorded on the world’s roads, but without access to efficient charging the uptake of EVs could stall, and with it, global ambitions to secure net zero by 2050.
How do we sustainably mine for the metals & minerals that are enabling the rise of electric vehicles like Tesla?
Elon Musk’s Tesla has released its latest software update, adding a host of new features.
Volkswagen has announced that more than 30,000 people have pre-ordered their new electric car, the ID.3