The company joins live Zap-Pay partners Osprey, ESB Energy, char.gy, GeniePoint, Mer, MFG EV Power, Fastned and Alfa Power on the cross-network payment solution.
The completed integration means that almost 7,000 charging devices across the UK are now Zap-Pay enabled.
As well as being able to search for charge points, plan longer journeys, and share updates with other EV drivers, Zapmap users can now pay for their EV charging on all nine networks up and down the UK within the Zapmap app.
Zap-Pay, a single-app payment system that uses a credit or debit card to pay for charging, avoids the need to use different payment methods across all the various networks.
Last year, Connected Kerb announced plans to install 190,000 public on-street EV chargers, worth up to £1.9bn, by 2030.
Chris Pateman-Jones, CEO at Connected Kerb, said, “Zap-Pay has made an immeasurable contribution to our users’ charging payment experience, which must be as seamless as possible if we are to win the hearts and minds of existing, experimental and new EV users.
“Charging an EV should be a routine activity that is as mundane as taking public transport and this collaboration with Zap-Pay will bring that a step closer.”
Alex Earl, commercial director at Zapmap, said, “As a nationwide charging provider with charge points at convenient locations such as residential streets and car parks, Connected Kerb is a valuable addition to the Zap-Pay partner network.”