Current± caught up with Connected Kerb's CEO Chris Pateman-Jones to discuss enabling flexible EV charging on public chargepoints and addressing inequality in EV charging.
Current± caught up with Dee Humphries, managing director of EV Solutions at EQUANS UK & Ireland, to talk about being "uniquely placed" in the market, as well as the company's plans for improving the GeniePoint network.
Current± caught up with Gordon Fairley, sales and business development lead, to discuss how digitalisation can help prevent and improve the resolution of faults on the electricity networks.
Current± caught up with Bonnet co-founder and CEO Patrick Reich to discuss how the company is tackling discrepancies between home and public charging for urban drivers.
Current± caught up with Paua CEO Niall Riddell to discuss what sets the company apart from other EV apps and its plans for rolling out its app "more aggressively".
Current± caught up with Bernard Magee, director of EV Charging, Siemens UK&I, to talk about on-street charging in London and the edge that Siemens' grid capabilities gives it for e-mobility.
Current± caught up with Alex O'Cinneide, CEO of Gore Street Capital, to talk about the requirements of Dynamic Containment, the value in revenue stacking and the fund's international expansion plans.
Current± caught up with Mike Potter (MP), CEO of CrowdCharge, and Ricky Duke (RD), innovation and low carbon network engineer at WPD, to talk about what they hope to discover from the project.
Current± caught up with the ENA's head of innovation and development Randolph Brazier to discuss the importance of data in the electrification of transport, visibility of EV chargers and the need for the government's Rapid Charging Fund.