Electric vehicle (EV) charging network InstaVolt is to double the size of its ultra-rapid charging hub in Banbury.

The charging point provider will add 16 120kW chargers to the existing 16 at its Stroud Park site at Banbury Interchange (J11 of the M40).

The additional chargers are expected to be available to use from Spring

Adrian Keen, chief executive of InstaVolt, which was acquired by EQT last year, said: “InstaVolt is building rapid EV chargers to meet consumers’ needs and as a company, we go further than just installing charge points – we want to be industry leaders and ensure we’re building chargers that everyone can use.

“By expanding our existing Banbury hub to include fully accessible charge points, we’re demonstrating our commitment to improving the industry’s accessibility issues, where we are able to do so.” 

The company is working towards a target of 10,000 rapid EV chargers by 2032.

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