EV charging firm Instavolt has laid claim to the country’s largest owner-operated rapid charging network after construction started on its 400th charger.
Electric vehicle drivers in the UK are disadvantaged compared to the rest of Europe, according to the MP behind a private members’ bill aiming to standardise charge points and introduce interoperable payment systems.
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EO Charging has partnered with eMotorWerks to integrate new smart functions into its home chargers; Engenie is to install rapid chargers at eight M7 Real Estate locations; and Instavolt has installed its 200th rapid DC charger a year after it began to roll out units across the UK.
Electric vehicle charging suppliers Pod Point and Instavolt have signed up new clients for whom they will deploy a range of new charge points across commercial and potentially some residential locations.
Rapid DC charging provider Instavolt is to deploy units at half of Cornwall Garage Group’s forecourts after it was selected due to its business model allowing the petrol station operator to avoid the cost of installation.
Instavolt is to increase its stock of rapid chargers three fold after agreeing to acquire 400 additional units from ChargePoint in the latest European deal to be secured by the US electric vehicle charging giant.