Ionity has installed its second high power charging station in the UK to continue growing its network, with a third set to follow.
Ionity announced on 19 July that a new station had been installed in Milton Keynes. It will enable electric vehicle (EV) drivers to charge their EVs in less than 20 minutes, using renewable energy from high power chargers, at the city coachway. It follows the opening of a first station in Kent, with a third to be launched in Gretna Green.
Over 40 high power charging stations are planned to be added to Ionity’s 350kW UK charging network, with it intending to install 400 in Europe by 2020. The stations offer charging times as low as eight minutes with the chargers consisting of 100% renewable energy.