I’m happy to see more rapids wherever. There isn’t the need for ‘fuel stations’ as such as electricity doesn’t stink or need tankers or big tanks that might go bang. Charging whenever or wherever you stop the car for a while suits me just fine.Hate may be a bit harsh. The problem with this type of roll out is that although it may add a large number of chargers, they may not be in the best locations. Instavolt are great, so I am happy that they are providing the equipment but their other sites at Bannatynes are often not in the most convenient locations. Another worry is that if Instavolt invest too much and the sites don't generate enough income, they may go bust.
In my mind, there should be pressure from users (us) to allow competition with Ecotricity on motorway sites.
Yes many people want motorway convenience but there are (as just one example) many of these McDs adjacent to major junctions too.
Those would provide the bio I/O plus charge without a walk across a rainy carpark to be ripped off too.