Connected Kerb joins Bosch Mobility global charge point network

One of the UK’s leading operators of electric vehicle (EV) charge points has announced it is now integrated with a major global platform, improving accessibility and visibility. 

Connected Kerb’s system of more than 3,000 charging sockets across the UK will now feature on the Bosch Mobility charging network, which already boasts more than 600,000 public charge points across 30 European countries. 

The fully customisable charging platform can be used by any business. For example, a car manufacturer can integrate a white label front end system to ensure users can locate and reach hundreds of thousands of EV chargers in multiple global regions.

‘Connecting people and places as seamlessly as possible – that’s what we’re all about. This means giving drivers as much visibility of our network as possible, via trusted and credible platforms like the Bosch charging platform,’ said Chris Pateman-Jones, CEO of Connected Kerb. ‘Our integration onto Bosch’s charging platform opens up our network to businesses and users across the UK and Europe, all of which can now easily find, use, and pay for our chargers, hassle free.’

Charge My EV, a free-to-use Bosch app, also offers information on the availability of chargers in advance, making it easier to plan journeys, start and pay for charge sessions through the software, RFID, Plug & Charge or locally available methods. This now brings the number of e-mobility apps compatible with Connected Kerb to ten, with platforms such as Zap-Map and Paua also on the list alongside Bosch. 

‘Connected Kerb is a much-welcomed addition to our platform, giving our users the ability to better plan routes and access more charge points across the UK. Together with Connected Kerb, we are increasing the coverage of publicly accessible charge points in the UK,’ said Olivia Arago, Managing Director of Bosch Charging Solutions. ‘Also, automotive manufacturers, mobility service providers and fleet operators can benefit from a ready to use service which can be highly customised and integrated in the vehicle to assure a seamless user experience and much greater convenience when driving electric vehicles.’

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Image: Connected Kerb


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