How Connected Kerb is disrupting the residential sector

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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 vehicle (EV) sales have been breaking previous records every year for the last five years (IEA 2017, 2018a, 2019, 2020). According to IEA, in 2020, electric car registrations shot up by 41%, despite a 16% downturn in car sales during the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. This took the number of electric cars on the road today to 10 million worldwide. This demand shows no sign of slowing down. One organization meeting this demand head-on is Connected Kerb, which has been deploying its EV charging point infrastructure across the country and disrupting the EV industry with its passive infrastructure. We caught up with the Head of Residential at Connected Kerb, Isabel James, who discusses the company’s success in the residential sector.

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