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InstaVolt expands its largest charging hub

INSTAVOLT has launched its largest charging hub yet at Stroud Park, Banbury, as 16 additional chargers are installed at the site, in response to continued growth in EV usage.

The Banbury site, situated on the M40, is now one of the UK’s largest charging hubs, with 32 chargers in total following the installation of 16 new 120kW rapid chargers in addition to the previously installed eight 125kW rapid chargers and eight 150kW Alpitronic chargers.

In line with PAS1899 specification for accessible charge points, the site now includes twelve wider access bays and four fully accessible bays. The four accessible bays have the required 1.2m distancing in front of, and between the chargepoints. All 16 new chargers are installed flush to the ground at the same level as the parking bay and the site features additional lighting throughout. The site has also been adapted to provide access to local amenities for drivers with a diverse range of accessibility needs.

The new development at Banbury forms part of InstaVolt’s dedication to developing and improving charging infrastructure, to accelerate EV uptake in the UK and Europe. The activation of the Stroud Park expansion saw InstaVolt energise its 1,000th charger in the UK, reinforcing the company’s position as the UK’s largest, fully open rapid charging network.

Chief Executive Officer, Adrian Keen said: “As of last month, there are over 690,000 battery-electric cars on UK roads. InstaVolt is taking steps, such as our Stroud Park expansion, to ensure that adequate charging infrastructure is available to keep up with the increase in EV uptake and bridge the gap between the number of vehicles and chargers.

 “We’re not only building rapid EV chargers to meet consumers’ needs but recognise that EV charging should be as accessible and inclusive as possible. By expanding our existing Banbury hub to include accessible and wider access charging bays, we’re demonstrating our commitment to improving the industry’s accessibility issues, where we’re able to do so.”

 The InstaVolt charging network delivers rapid charge via simple, contactless payment with no customer sign up or subscription required.






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