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Enel announced as title sponsor for the FIM MotoE World Cup

Enel will be the title sponsor of the upcoming FIM MotoE World Cup, the world's first fully electric motorcycle circuit racing series recognised by the Federation, naming the series the FIM Enel MotoE World Cup from its inception in 2019.

2018-02-07 16:22:40

The company has also announced its new role as Sustainable Power Partner of MotoGP, sharing a common vision with Dorna, the racing event's commercial rights holder, which targets the sport's long-term commitment to sustainability.

Vito Ippolito, FIM President, commented: "We are delighted to announce this new Dorna-Enel partnership, with Enel having shown a solid plan in the development of renewable energy generation technologies. The FIM started with a Sustainability programme 25 years ago. We consider this as one key pillar for the future of motorcycling and for the evolution in the field of Alternative Energies. We are absolutely confident that the partnership between Dorna, Energica and Enel will ensure that within the sports sector, we are contributing to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals, especially those related with Affordable Clean Energy."

Francesco Starace, CEO and General Manager of the Enel Group, said: "Today's announcement of our partnership with Dorna underlines once again Enel's commitment to champion the continued advancement of electric mobility globally. Our contribution of industrial solutions to both MotoGP, the leading motorcycle racing series, and MotoE, an exciting new frontier in the world of competitive motorsports, will allow Enel to continue to explore technology innovation in the world of sustainable transportation. Our partnership with MotoE and MotoGP is therefore a natural next step for Enel, building on our position as Official Power Partner of Formula E, which we announced in 2016. Enel's leadership over the last decade in the renewable energy revolution, and in smart technologies for homes, businesses and cities, position us well to use partnerships such as this one with Dorna to implement and communicate our sustainability strategy, in which we see the electrification of transportation playing a key role in the future of cities across the world."

Enel, through its advanced energy services division Enel X, will offer its technical expertise and experience in electric mobility to the FIM Enel MotoE World Cup. The Group will indeed provide smart and fast charging, advanced energy services, green energy supply as well as storage, with dedicated on-site personnel and facilities. MotoE's complex electrical system will be supported by Enel's smart energy management solutions, and by renewable energy generated locally through the latest generation of portable photovoltaic systems or available from local energy distribution grids.

Enel will design and deliver smart charging devices to ensure fast charging for the Energica motorbikes, whereby a specially designed battery-equipped mobile charger, capable of fully charging a motorcycle in less than 30 minutes, will be connected to the Enel's smart e-mobility platform to optimise the charging process. The above platform integrates the cutting-edge technologies of Enel's Electro Mobility Management platform (EMM), which allows remote monitoring of charging stations, and the JuiceNet platform, developed by Enel's US subsidiary eMotorWerks, which allows for the aggregation of distributed storage facilities.
As title sponsor of the FIM MotoE World Cup, Enel's logo will be prominently featured on the motorcycle and the riders' leathers in the new racing series.



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