InstaVolt has opened its latest ultra-rapid electric vehicle (EV) charging hub at the Rhug Estate, in Wales.
InstaVolt has received £110 million in senior debt financing to continue the expansion of its rapid electric vehicle (EV) charging network.
EV charging companies have raised prices for public charging over the past few months, with Current± detailing the changes.
A new partnership between InstaVolt and Mina is to see the former’s electric vehicle (EV) chargers included within Mina’s Chargepass fleet offering.
A new survey from Zap-Map has found that while rapid chargers (25kW – 99kW) are still used the most by UK electric vehicle (EV) drivers, the use of ultra-rapid chargers has risen significantly compared to last year.
InstaVolt has said its electric vehicle (EV) charging hub in Banbury, Oxfordshire is now one of the UK’s largest following the installation of eight new 150kW chargers.
The EQT Infrastructure V fund is to acquire rapid electric vehicle (EV) charging firm InstaVolt from Zouk Capital, marking the latest EV charging network to change hands.
InstaVolt is planning to reach a 1,000 rapid charger milestone in the UK this summer, with its 700th set to be in operation later this month.
InstaVolt has been ranked as the most popular public electric vehicle (EV) charging network, while legacy Electric Highway chargers have once again come in last place.