June 06, United Kingdom: Allstar, UK’s leading fuel and EV business payment services provider has collaborated with InstaVolt, a renowned rapid EV charger network to enhance access to rapid and ultra-rapid charging points for UK fleets. As per Allstar, the company is committed to be a part of strategic partnerships, such as their recent collaboration with InstaVolt, to continue intensifying its EV charging network, and to double the size of its EV network along with achieving its target of 10,000 rapid EV chargers by 2030.
This amalgamation of InstaVolt with Allstar adds on 500+ locations and 1,100 chargers for Allstar customers, of which 440 are rapid and 660 are ultra-rapid, taking the total Allstar network to over 11,000 charge points across the UK across more than 4,000 locations, of which 93% of the chargers are fast, rapid, and ultra-rapid.
In a recent press release by the company,Tom Rowlands, Managing Director, Global EV solutions, Allstar said, “InstaVolt has a magnificent rapid network, of more than 1,100 chargers at around 500 locations, it's a vital network for our fleet drivers and our customers have been asking for it for some time. I’m overwhelmed that we’re now able to offer it to them”. “The partnership gives our customers peace of mind that we’re persistently expanding our network, particularly with rapid and ultra-rapid charge points, so that our fleet drivers can charge quickly and be on their way”, he further added.
As per Adrian Keen, CEO of InstaVolt, “ InstaVolt has been in touch with Allstar for a number of years to find a solution to bring InstaVolt charging to Allstar customers across the UK, and I’m thrilled that our partnership is now a reality. InstaVolt’s ambition is to make public rapid charging hassle-free and accessible to all, and that perfectly aligns with Allstar’s vision of bringing public charging infrastructure to fleets, across the UK, in a painless manner”.
As the United Kingdom advances in the electric vehicle industry, reliable and accessible charging infrastructure becomes increasingly crucial. Fleet operators need easily accessible and efficient charging solutions to minimise downtime and keep their vehicles on the road. Partnerships like these add to the expansion of EV charging accessibility across the country. This expansion provides efficient charging options to EV owners, thereby contributing towards electromobility solutions in the UK which is ultimately helping the nation to electrify its vehicles and move towards sustainable solutions in the future.