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Bannatyne Health Clubs charges eco credentials

Bannatyne Health Clubs is rolling out rapid chargers across all its sites in the UK, as it looks to increase its member benefits.

Instavolt Bannatynes Ayr Scotland MFG

InstaVolt’s rapid DC 50kW chargers can enable most electric cars to be fully charged in less time than it takes to do a typical spin class.

The installation of more than 70 rapid DC chargers from InstaVolt is underway, with 56 already live, and the Bannatyne Group says more are likely to follow as EV sales continue to grow.

Bannatyne Group CEO Justin Musgrove said: “Our health clubs offer members the latest in fitness technology and keep ahead of all the latest trends, while aiming to maintain our environmental credentials.

“Enabling members to charge their electric vehicles while using the health club is part of this commitment.”

The chargers are being installed for free, with Bannatyne also benefiting from a rental income. Drivers can use the chargers on a subscription-free, pay-as-you-go basis using their contactless credit or debit card.

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