InstaVolt charging at Syon park

InstaVolt largest ultra-rapid charging hub at Syon Park now open

Nic Ryan

InstaVolt has opened a 14-charger superhub at Syon Park in West London, located within the M25 and situated along a key commuter route. The charge points will be easily accessible from the A4 and M4, meaning that InstaVolt’s new hub will provide rapid charging for routes into and out of London.

Offering both CCS and CHAdeMO connectors and charging speeds of up to 160kW, the superhub has been activated in the grounds of the picturesque stately home and estate, famous for its appearances in top-rated TV dramas like Bridgerton.

“This is an important location for us as it caters for not only commuters and local drivers but those making a visit to Syon Park and its fabulous amenities together with the Hilton Hotel which has outstanding conference facilities," said Adrian Keen, InstaVolt’s CEO.

"Our philosophy at InstaVolt is to create hubs where people can stop and recharge their EVs while at the same time relax and recharge themselves.

“Located in a busy urban area undergoing huge regeneration, the addition of our superhub will provide vital support to a busy part of London and the growing number of EVs travelling through the capital every day. More than that the installation further cements InstaVolt’s commitment to delivering high-speed, reliable charging close to major cities and towns.”

InstaVolt and Zapmap share a live data partnership meaning that users of the Zapmap app and web map are able to view the live status and availability of all of its charge points. 


InstaVolt charging at Syon park

14 charge points capable of charging up to 160kW have been installed


 ‘We are delighted that the InstaVolt Super Hub is now available to our visitors and customers as part of the Estate’s wider objective of a greener future," said Simon Prior from the Syon Park Estate.

"We very much hope that drivers will make use of all the facilities at Syon Park, including the coffee shop, restaurant, Garden Centre and Lakeland store whilst waiting for their vehicles to charge.”