DKV Mobility, the leading European B2B platform for on-the-road payments and solutions, is expanding its EV charge point network with the inclusion of approximately 2,500 public EV charge points operated by Connected Kerb in the UK. Connected Kerb, headquartered in London, is one of the largest EV charge point operators in the UK. Connected Kerb and DKV Mobility subsidiary GreenFlux, which enables DKV Mobility's entire EV charging service offering, recently signed a cooperation agreement to this effect.
“This is a partnership of great value for us. Connected Kerb is a rapidly growing player in the e-mobility sector and one of the largest Charge Point Operators in the UK”, says Sven Mehringer, Managing Director Energy & Vehicle Services at DKV Mobility. “They provide a unique approach to electric charging infrastructure, and through this partnership we can make EV charging even more seamless and accessible to our customers in the UK.”
Chris Pateman-Jones, CEO of Connected Kerb, adds: “Connected Kerb is aiming to make sure that nobody gets left behind in the switch to electric vehicles. Providing inclusive, reliable and convenient EV charging infrastructure to everyone means making our chargers visible to as many EV drivers as possible. This partnership with Greenflux will allow users of the DVK Mobility app to find, use and pay for a charger on Connected Kerb’s network seamlessly and hassle-free.”
The newly added EV charge points are accessible via the DKV Mobility App and the DKV Card +Charge. With around 509,000 public and semi-public EV charge points across Europe (as of June 30, 2023), DKV Mobility provides access to one of the largest European EV charge point networks.