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Volvo’s electric pledge highlights need for rapid chargers in public

The news that Volvo is to go all-electric by 2019 heightens the UK’s need to gear up for on-road charging.

Research suggests shift towards electric vehicles

The demand for diesel cars is set to slump due to concerns over emissions and pollution, according to a survey commissioned by Autocar.

Charge points for electric vehicles outlined in Queen’s speech

InstaVolt has welcomed today’s announcement that charge points for electric vehicles at motorway service areas and large fuel retailers will be required under the new laws.

UK caught in chicken and egg situation for electric vehicles

Sales of electric cars will never reach their potential unless the UK commits to providing easy access charging for everyone. That’s the message from InstaVolt ahead of National Clean Air Day.

InstaVolt supports National Clean Air Day

As one of the UK’s leading authorities in electric vehicle charging, InstaVolt is supporting the first ever National Clean Air Day on 15th June.

InstaVolt featured on BBC Breakfast TV

InstaVolt was in the media spotlight this morning as the company appeared on BBC Breakfast TV.

Could the sale of petrol and diesel vehicles really become obsolete in eight years?

InstaVolt Chairman Adrian Pike appeared on BBC Radio Berkshire this week to give his take on the prediction that no more petrol or diesel cars, buses or trucks will be sold anywhere in the world within eight years.