InstaVolt has opened its largest charging hub to date, with eight ultra-rapid chargers installed at Necton, Norfolk.
Situated on the A47, the charging hub features ChargePoint CPE250 units, capable of supplying up to 125 kW per charger in this instance.
Charging is possible on CCS or CHAdeMO connectors, and as with all InstaVolt charge points, access and payment is via contactless credit or credit card, with no registration, subscription, app, or RFID card required.
A range of facilities are available on the same site, with a Costa Coffee and Co-op supermarket for drivers to visit should they wish.
Adrian Keen, CEO of InstaVolt, said: “The Necton Hub is strategically very important to us. Not only does it recognise that Norfolk as a county has excellent green credentials and a growing number of EV drivers committed to improving air quality, but it will also cater for the thousands of people who have decided to enjoy a staycation and visit the beautiful county of Norfolk this summer.
The charging hub is live on Zap-Map now, with users of the desktop map and app able to view live status information of the charge points, thanks to InstaVolt’s dynamic data partnership.