Leading electric vehicle charge point network InstaVolt is installing rapid EV charge points at a record level to match growing demand.

With plans to install 10,000 rapid chargers by 2030, InstaVolt currently has more than 1,200 chargers across the country and is installing at a faster rate than any other charge point operator.

InstaVolt’s recently installed chargers cover more than 10 different regions across the UK, outlining InstaVolt’s commitment to provide infrastructure for drivers’ country wide. This includes the expansion of InstaVolt’s largest rapid charging hub of 32 chargers at their Banbury site, located just off Junction 11 of the M40 with a further 10 hubs planned to come this Summer.

Adrian Keen CEO at InstaVolt said: “While we respect the figures from the SMMT, I think the reality for EV drivers on the road is different. Despite reports of queues for EV chargers over the weekend, the UK EV infrastructure should be being applauded. We are investing in our infrastructure and more chargers are being installed than ever before; the pipeline is still strong to deliver the required numbers by 2030, with InstaVolt individually installing record numbers of chargers in the first quarter of 2023.

“Stable infrastructure is just one part of the full EV transition and we must take the opportunity to encourage and applaud progress to give existing and future drivers confidence that there are rapid chargers available. We’ve got the investment and the time, trust us to fulfil our pledges”.

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