Aviva to invest up to £110m in kerbside EV charging network

Electric vehicle charging

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Aviva Investors is set to invest up to £110m in Connected Kerb, the electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure specialist.

The investment, being made by the Real Assets business at Aviva Investors as part of its Climate Transition strategy, will support Connected Kerb’s plans to deliver 190,000 on-street EV chargers by 2030, and corresponds to almost one-third of all funding committed by public policy initiatives to-date.

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