Leading rapid electric vehicle charging network, InstaVolt, is launching its latest rapid EV charging site in Iceland at the end of January.   

Two ultra-rapid chargers, will be activated at N1 Reykholt Service Station, next to Bjarnabúð convenience store, near the village of Reykholt which is known for its history and culture. 

A further two ultra-rapid chargers will be activated at Hotel Siglo, Siglufjordur. The town is known for being Iceland’s northernmost town and has a rich fishing history. Both sites are powered by 100% renewable energy provided by HS Orka.  

The move follows InstaVolt’s recent successes in Iceland. It opened the country’s largest EV charging hub – with 20 chargers –  in June 2023 at the Courtyard by Marriott hotel just five minutes from Keflavik Airport and late last year energised four ultra-rapid chargers at Fridheimar Tomato Farm. 

InstaVolt, which has a reputation for reliability and ease of use, with payment by contactless debit or credit card, has plans for a further 300 installations in Iceland over the next two years. 

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