EV charging systems at UK business park go live

Two state-of-the-art rapid electric vehicle (EV) chargers, installed by charging company InstaVolt, have gone live at a prestigious business park in Basingstoke.
EV charging systems at UK business park go live

InstaVolt has installed the technologically-advanced units at Chineham Park, which is home to a swathe of innovative companies including Ericsson and Motorola.

The 50Kw DC rapid chargers, from US firm ChargePoint, can deliver an 80 per cent charge in half an hour. Unlike most other electric vehicle charging points, InstaVolt’s are available to use on a pay as you go basis, with no subscription or membership required. Drivers simply tap their contactless credit or debit card, charge up and go. Drivers pay only for the electricity they use.

“We are just starting to see the number of electric vehicles commuting and visiting the park increase, so we wanted to make sure we can provide a smart solution for both occupiers and their visitors" said Wendy Scott, customer manager at Chineham Park. "Thanks to InstaVolt, we now have a quick and simple recharging point which uses the latest technology to keep our customers on the road.”

Tim Payne, CEO of InstaVolt, added that in order to increase the number of electric vehicles on the road we need to make charging easy and that’s exactly what the units installed by InstaVolt are doing here in Basingstoke.

The new chargers at Chineham Park are located in the Spindlewood area, opposite Fitness First and Dayer’s Café, making it easy for drivers to charge up while grabbing a coffee or while attending the onsite gym.

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But DC only! Everyone else has triple head chargers. Why waste time getting an Instavolt charger when there are far better alternativesoon.