Connected Kerb has announced plans to install 190,000 public electric vehicle (EV) chargers by 2030.
The installations are estimated to cost up to £1.9 billion and provide tens of millions of drivers without off-street parking charger accessibility.
The company has already secured new partnerships for the deployment of 10,000 public chargers across the UK, with West Sussex and Kent set to secure the majority.
Connected Kerb expects deals for a further 30,000 chargers to conclude next year.
Chris Pateman-Jones, CEO, commented: “Our rollout of public chargers – one of the most ambitious the UK has ever seen – encapsulates that future, helping individuals and businesses to confidently make the switch to electric, reducing their carbon footprint and cutting air pollution.
“With deals confirmed for 10,000 chargers this year alone and 30,000 more expected next year, we are demonstrating that we’re getting on with the job and delivering the change that needs to happen – not just talking about it.”