InstaVolt joins over 580 charge point operator brands drivers can access on Octopus Electroverse, including Ionity, Osprey, Mer, Fastned, Source London, Connected Kerb and Genie Point.

InstaVolt says it is the UK’s largest ultra-rapid public charging network, operating 1,300+ ultra-rapid and rapid charge points across 550+ locations up and down the UK. An ultra-rapid charge point can charge an average EV from 20% to 80% in 15-20 minutes - enough time for a quick coffee break.

InstaVolt’s UK charge points can be found at popular locations where drivers want to stop, such as retail and hospitality services including Costa Coffee, McDonald’s, Booths Supermarkets and Bannatyne Health Clubs.

The company’s ambition has always been to give drivers confidence when making the switch to an EV. It is recognised as one of the UK’s most reliable networks, with industry-leading availability of 99.9%. InstaVolt is also expanding internationally, with sites in Iceland, and plans to enter Spain, Portugal and Ireland.

Electroverse also offers embedded features to drastically improve the charging experience, including an interactive global map showing chargers’ availability, a route-planner, in-car support with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Plug and Charge support, and more.