The strategic partnership between the firms will see ENSO supply end-of-life
tyres to be recycled into EV smart charging stations, cutting the
environmental impact of the devices.
They say the deal will bring “increased circularity” to the electric
ENSO is working to develop more energy-efficient tyres to extend the range
of EVs, as well as to improve their durability and reduce the amount of
microplastics they shed.
Connected Kerb aims to make EVs accessible for all by installing chargers on
Chris Pateman-Jones, CEO of Connected Kerb, said: “The movement to adopt
electric mobility solutions is driven by the recognition of our impact on
the environment. With that in mind, it seems clear to us that EV charging
infrastructure should be long life and low environmental impact.