15th February 2022
InstaVolt announces plans to reach 1,000 rapid chargers this summer, as it energises its 700th charger later this month
- InstaVolt will energise its 700th rapid charger in February and has more than 200 in construction
- The network has plans in place to expand coverage across the country and become the largest owner-operated network in the UK, achieving 1,000 chargers this summer
London, 15 February 2022: Award-winning EV charge point network InstaVolt today announces it is on track to become the largest owner-operated rapid charging network later this year.
The announcement comes during a period of rapid growth, with the charge point operator planning to energise its 700th charger in the coming weeks. In addition to this, the network has more than 200 chargers in construction, and a pipeline of new sites in development with its partner-landlords that include McDonald’s, Costa Coffee, EH Booths and KFC which will see charger numbers exceed 1,000 during the summer months.
The company continues to push forward with the development of a network that covers the whole of the UK and supports drivers in delivering easy-to-use, reliable rapid chargers at convenient locations. Not only is the network opening new sites to make chargers accessible to more EV drivers but is also about to launch its first expansion project as it installs eight additional chargers at its popular hub on the M40 in Banbury. During 2022 the network will also launch its first rapid chargers in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
Speaking of the news, InstaVolt’s Chief Executive Officer, Adrian Keen comments:
“Improving public charging infrastructure across the whole of the UK is vital for people to feel confident enough to make the switch to electric vehicles. I’m proud to be spearheading the delivery of more rapid chargers to all four corners of the UK.
“The past year has seen InstaVolt grow its network by over 50%, and there is no slow down expected over the coming months and years. Each month, SMMTs figures demonstrate the rise in EVs on the road, and our announcement dispels the myth that investment in charging infrastructure is lagging behind vehicle numbers.
“Not only does the UK need more chargers, but those chargers need to be reliable, in great locations and easy to use. The InstaVolt network delivers these requirements to drivers, as well as corporate fleets making the transition to electric.”
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