Liberty Charge Becomes Smart Transport's Latest Member

Liberty Charge, the electric vehicle charging joint venture between Liberty Global (NASDAQ: LBTYA, LBTYB and LBTYK), and Zouk Capital, has joined industry group, Smart Transport, the company said.

In order to cement their place as an industry specialist in Electric Vehicle (EV) charging, Liberty Charge has joined Smart Transport which boasts a growing list of members including ABB, AECOM, BP, and FedEx. Connecting public and private actors is at the heart of Smart Transport, and Liberty Charge is set to be the latest member to benefit from its broad network of industry peers.

Working closely with policy makers, Smart Transport members collaborate on top policy issues concerning the transport industry from evolving Government Mobility policy to Innovative business models to create a cohesive and strategic approach to the UK´s transport needs. With Liberty Charge reaching their next key developmental stage since its formation in May 2020, they will engage with the group´s vast network and industry expertise to realise their ambition of deploying infrastructure to support thousands of public chargepoints in residential areas of cities and towns.

By partnering with Smart Transport and collaborating with other members, Liberty Charge will be at the forefront of UK transport policy, engaging with its creation and contributing to its implementation, providing strategic insight into the EV charging needs of the UK public while gaining knowledge from industry experts involved in the group. Liberty Charge was formed in response to the government´s ambition of reducing net carbon emissions to zero by 2050 and will contribute their expertise in sustainable transport to Smart Transport as the industry takes a turn to a greener future.

Liberty Charge works in partnership with Local Authorities, Chargepoint operators and other eMobility stakeholders to help deliver power and connectivity infrastructure for onstreet EV. For more information, visit