The Bedfordshire-based leisure destination aims to reduce its carbon footprint by 50% by 2025, and hopes to encourage electric car usage by its guests.
The resort recently partnered with Energy Check, specialists in minimising energy costs and CO2 emissions, as part of its sustainability strategy.
Leading environmental hospitality organisations have recognised and accredited Wyboston’s sustainability efforts, with the resort achieving Gold Standard with the Green Tourism Awards, Greenage and the International Association of Conference Centres Green Star certification programme.
Wyboston now has ten Tesla superchargers, eight Tesla destination chargers, four Rolec charge points and two Chargemasters onsite.
The latest Tesla superchargers can ‘‘deliver energy rapidly’’ in around 30 minutes and can reach a peak charge rate of up to 1,000 miles per hour.
Steve Jones, managing director at Wyboston Lakes Resort, said: “We are committed to continuing the expansion of our sustainability initiatives. Installing Tesla Supercharger Points is the latest step for the project.
‘‘Electric cars are the future for working towards a cleaner planet and installing more charger points aligns with the objectives of our sustainability project.”