The latest announcement is fresh from today, April 6th, with Energica signing a new commercial agreement in Italy with Sostenibiland. The new dealer is located in Puglia, Lecce, and it is fully committed in electric mobility.
“SostenibiLand was created to meet the needs of sustainable mobility in the Apulian territories. We have chosen to work with Energica because we believe in sustainability and at the same time in technological advancement with the aim of improving the quality of life.”Vito Matteo, Sostenibiland owner.
“The new agreement with Sostenibiland represents for us a further stage in the development of the distribution network in our country”. “According to market data in March the electric motorcycle sector recorded a 101.79% increase compared to 2020”.Giacomo Leone, Energica Sales & Field Marketing Director.
“The demand is growing, so we hope that the fast charging network will expand quickly also in central-southern Italy because this would really give a decisive boost for the electric transition on four and two wheels”.
Prior to that, on April 1st, Energica signed a commercial agreement in Germany, with Superbike Centrum.
The new dealer is located in Melle, Lower-Saxony, and it has more than 15 years of continuous growth and experience in the sales of premium motorcycles.
“The partnership with the Superbike Centrum will close the gap between the metropolitan Rhine-Ruhr area and our dealers located in the North and Eastern area.” “Superbike Centrum, besides disposing of a very strong customer-base is also very active in organizing and hosting track trainings in their area thus offering a wide range of additional exciting opportunities for future collaborations and joint dealer projects.”.Giacomo Leone, Energica Sales & Field Marketing Director
Germany is currently the European market with the biggest network of Energica dealers; adding Superbike Centrum will allow the Company to reach 14 sales points – with the addition of the Munich showroom.
March 19, Agreement Total Italia – Energica: the company will be the first Italian one to implement Total Italia charging stations
Energica following the international partnership signed last July 2020 with Total Lubrifiants, announces a new collaboration with Total Italia, which will sponsor eleven charging facilities at the Modena factory.
Starting from April 2021, Total Italia and Energica will install eleven 22 kW charging stations inside the parking area of the Energica plant and that will be available for both employees and guests of the Italian company. Total Italia has chosen Energica as the first Italian location for this type of installation.
Earlier in March, Energica signed a commercial agreement in Italy with Teknomoto.
The new dealer is located in Sardinia, Cagliari, and it has more than 30 years of experience in motorcycle market.
“Sardinia has over 500 charging stations for electric vehicles and has recently issued calls for incentives for the ecological transition.” “We hope that this new sensitivity, combined with the vocation for sustainable tourism, will give an impulse to the sale and rental of electric motorcycles on the island”. “Teknomoto has thirty years of experience in the distribution of motorcycles of various brands. The future gives us the opportunity to renew and innovate the two-wheels sector and the “Electric – made in Italy”is certainly the flagship of this new course”.Roberto Pilloni, Teknomoto owner.
“The new agreement with Teknomoto represents for us a further stage in the development of the distribution network in our country” “The growing Italian interest in the electric field also emerges from the market data: 2020, despite its global difficulties, closed with a positive results that affected all areas of the electric market. Motorcycles in particular have marked a + 125.7%”.Giacomo Leone, Energica Sales & Field Marketing Director
According to Motus-E, charging points grew by 81% compared to 2019. These numbers are set to grow thanks also to the Enel X national plan which provides for 14,000 charging stations by 2022.
And last but not least, yet another partnership with Randstad Italia, the world’s leading company in the HR sector.
The goal is to develop common synergies in the Motor Valley and, above all, to collaborate for the development of projects aimed at training specialized profiles that will be crucial in the future in the field of green technologies. Energica is the FIM Enel MotoE World Cup single manufacturer; as part of the partnership, the Randstad logo will appear on the uniforms of MotoE-Energica staff and on the exhibition bikes.