Kerbo Charge is bringing emobility to Dragons’ Den

  • Kerbo Charge pitches hidden cable solution on Dragons’ Den (BBC One, 15th Feb, 8pm).
  • Through-pavement channel offers safety, simplicity, and cost-effectiveness in one hour.
  • Operational in six UK cities, Kerbo Charge’s eco-friendly solution ensures 100-year maintenance-free for local authorities.

Kerbo Charge is pitching its on-street charging solution to Dragons’ Den

Kerbo Charge, the UK’s innovative on-street charging provider, is taking to the airwaves with a Dragons’ Den pitch next week. Set for broadcast on BBC One at 8pm on the 15th of February, Kerbo Charge will present its hidden charging cable solution to the UK’s most formidable entrepreneurs. 

What makes Kerbo Charge special?

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Kerbo Charge’s through-pavement channel stands out for its safety, simplicity, and fiscal prudence. It integrates with pavement contours, and the installation process is remarkably swift, clocking in at just one hour. The patented self-closing lid feature eliminates trip hazards, addressing safety concerns for both pedestrians and vehicles.

Already operational in six UK cities, Kerbo Charge is garnering attention and approval from highway authorities and councils. 

All-in-all, Kerbo Charge presents a hassle-free, cost-effective pavement gully solution for local authorities. Developed and rigorously tested with council partners, it boasts an impressive 100-year maintenance-free life expectancy.

It’s even sustainable in its manufacturing. The solution is crafted from environmentally conscious calcium zinc stabilised polyvinyl chloride (uPVC). So, Kerbo Charge not only cuts CO2 emissions but also boasts UV stability and 100% recyclability. 

The solution itself seems like a no-brainer. Reliable, cost-effective, safe, and even recyclable. The Dragons’ investment is likely to go towards outreach and pushing this innovative solution as far and wide as possible.

Another exciting side to this story is the growing prevalence of emobility on TV. Cast your mind back to Maeving’s electric motorbikes in last year’s series of The Apprentice. It’s encouraging to see innovation and sustainability take the spotlight on these prime-time shows. It also speaks to a growing consideration of emobility in the public consciousness. The more eyes the better, so, we wish the Kerbo Charge team the best of luck with their on-screen appearance! 

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