Much needed charging hub opens in Norfolk

Electric Cars

The county of Norfolk is often seen as “charging desert” with vast areas not covered.  Thankfully InstaVolt has just opened its largest rapid charging hub to date at Necton, on the A47.

With eight state of the art ChargePoint CPE250 high powered chargers, it’s perfectly placed for both local EV drivers and the expected large numbers of holidaymakers heading for the coast this summer.

InstaVolt has built its reputation on the philosophy that charging an electric vehicle should be quick and easy which is why, unlike many other companies, InstaVolt operates an ‘open charger’ model, so anyone can use its charging points on a pay-as-you-go basis. No monthly subscription and no membership cards are required with drivers just needing a contactless payment card to start a charging session.

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