Case Study: Cambridge Science Park
Providing technologically advanced electric vehicle charging for Cambridge Science Park
Smart EV charging at one of the world’s most innovative science parks
Established in 1970 by Trinity College Cambridge, the Cambridge Science Park is Europe’s oldest and most successful science park.
It is home to over 130 businesses working on some of the world’s most advanced and potentially life-changing technological concepts, ranging from vital cancer diagnostics to artificial intelligence and Internet of Things (IoT) projects.
The Park issued a direct award to Connected Kerb for the installation of enabling infrastructure for 18 (Phase 1) technologically advanced charging points. Connected Kerb are now working with the Park to develop Phase 2 expansion plans for a larger scale deployment.
The deployment aims to aid employees and visitors currently requiring charging access and encourage further electric vehicle (EV) uptake across the Park.
Read the case study to discover how Connected Kerb was able to help Cambridge Science Park to find a solution.