Connected Kerb network

Connected Kerb network

By: Zapmap


Connected Kerb network guide

Connected Kerb aims to accelerate the transition to sustainable mobility for all people with reliable, affordable and accessible electric vehicle charging solutions. The charging provider’s network currently consists of fast, on-street charging devices across the UK, which combine power and data at the kerbside to deliver convenient, reliable charging and fast fibre connection.

There is no membership or connection fee to use Connected Kerb devices. Drivers can pay for charging using Zap-Pay, through the Connected Kerb app or using an RFID card.


Connected Kerb network costs

Connected Kerb

Cost per charge: 35p /kWh

Subscription: None

Connection charge: None

Free app download

To discover how much it will cost to charge an EV from a Connected Kerb charge point, head to Zapmap’s Public Charging Calculator. This allows you to select any new or used plug-in vehicle, and tailor elements – such as electricity cost and charge required – for personalised results.

How to use the Connected Kerb network

connected kerb network access

Access to the Connected Kerb network is through  Zap-Pay, the Connected Kerb app or with an RFID card.


Finding Connected Kerb points on Zapmap

connected kerb network filters

You can currently find Connected Kerb points on Zapmap by using the network filter. You can use this on the desktop and mobile apps to display only those points operated by Connected Kerb.

Charging types and speeds can be filtered too, showing only those points that are compatible with users’ cars.




About Connected Kerb

Connected Kerb aims to deliver future-proof, cost-effective and sustainable EV charging solutions for the public sector, developers, fleets, workplaces and car parks to help accelerate the transition to EVs for all. Its unique solution combines power and data at the kerb to deliver user-friendly and reliable charging and provide the foundation for connected cities and communities.

The charging network plans to install 190,000 public on-street EV chargers, worth up to £1.9bn, by 2030. The unprecedented investment aims to revolutionise access to EV charging for millions of drivers without off-street parking, and to support mass-market charging for workplaces and fleets.