InstaVolt is the UK’s largest ultra-rapid public charging network, operating 1,300+ ultra-rapid and rapid charge points across 550+ locations up and down the UK. An ultra-rapid charge point can charge an average EV from 20% to 80% in 15-20 minutes – enough time for a quick coffee break.
Easily accessible from the A4 and M4, the Syon Park Estate is situated along a key commuter route, meaning that InstaVolt’s new hub will provide rapid charging for routes into and out of London. InstaVolt operates an open charger model, allowing any EV owner to use the charging points on a pay-as-you-go basis.
Located north of Winchester, the planned Super Hub will be strategically positioned just off the busy A34, one of the main arterial routes linking the south coast with the Midlands and beyond. The EV infrastructure giant’s planned Super Hub design will be constructed with accessibility for all in mind, with on-site amenities including food, drink and toilets, together with a play area for children.
Collaboration marks the first time that Waypoint Asset Management will work with an EV charging network and feeds into the company’s wider sustainability goals of being committed to managing environmental impact in the most effective and responsible manner possible.
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.
Responding to industry demand and in line with the recently announced PAS1899 BSI standards for accessible charge points, the site extension will include four wider access bays and four fully accessible bays with the required 1.2m distancing in front of, and between the chargepoints.
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