The UK’s largest EV rapid charging network, InstaVolt is close to opening its largest rapid charging hub inside the M25 at the historic Syon Park in Brentford.

Fourteen chargers offering speeds of up to 160kW will be added to the iconic Syon Park, a picturesque stately home and grounds with over 400 years of history. Syon Park is one of the last great houses of London, with acres of green space close to Heathrow Airport, Kew Gardens and the M4. Located in a busy urban area undergoing huge regeneration, the addition of a new rapid charging hub will provide vital support to a busy part of London and the growing number of EVs travelling through the capital every day.

The installation further cements InstaVolt’s commitment to delivering high-speed, reliable charging close to major cities and towns. Drivers on the InstaVolt network will not only benefit from stunning grounds, but can enjoy a host of amenities while they charging at Syon Park  including an on-site cafe, farm shop, restaurant and family-run bakery as well Lakeland and Hilton Hotel. The chargers are due to open in the coming weeks and will provide a huge boost to EV drivers travelling through London.

InstaVolt has plans in place to install 11,000 chargers in the UK and Ireland, 5,000 across Spain and Portugal, and over 300 in Iceland. With a pipeline of more than 16,000 chargers the Hampshire based company has employed staff in all regions to fulfil its goal to be the largest CPO in Europe.

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