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Connected Kerb

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Find out how your council can lead the UK’s EV charging revolution, from procurement to installation, with the Cambridge City Council case study.

As the ban on sales of new petrol and diesel cars is looming, many local authorities have set ambitious goals to achieve Net Zero, but they don’t always know what strategies are needed or how to deliver them.

One of them being more and more looked at is the deployment of EV charging infrastructure as electric vehicles popularity is surging.

People want to charge their EV where they would naturally park over 60% in the UK do not have a driveway to install a personal charging point.

As a local council, it’s difficult to know where to start if you're interested in leading the charge and preparing your area for electric vehicles.

Connected Kerb have teamed up with Cambridge City Council to help shed some light on the best steps to take for a successful deployment from selecting suppliers, exploring different commercial models, running a successful procurement process to rolling out and delivering EV charging points.

Find out how your council can lead the UK’s EV charging revolution, from procurement to installation, with the Cambridge City Council case study.
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