Energica and Total Italia initiate the installation of the first charging stations at the Energica Headquarters.
Following the agreement announced between the companies last March, Energica Motor Company and Total Italia officially inaugurated, the Italian installation of the first charging stations at the Energica HQ.
The installation includes eleven 22 kW charging stations, located inside the parking area of the Energica factory and are available for both employees and guests of the Italian company.
“Within the electric culture, the charging network is a key element for market growth” says Livia Cevolini, CEO of Energica Motor Company.
The ribbon cutting ceremony, in the presence of Energica and Total Italia management, seals the international partnership signed last July 2020 with Total Lubrifiants, which has chosen the TOTAL HI-PERF EV Fluid product line for its motorcycles.
“For the growth of an industrial sector like ours, several factors are needed: technology, innovation, financing and infrastructures. Energica has always believed in the right combination of all these elements in order to grow and affirm our products all over the world.”
“In our commitment at the forefront of the transition to electric-powered vehicles, we have focused primarily on technology that has confirmed us among the leaders in the high-performance electric motorcycle sector.
Now thanks to Total Italia, which has chosen us as the ideal location for its first installation of Total charging stations in Italy, we can add another innovative milestone to our production site “.
Livia Cevolini, CEO of Energica Motor Company.
“With the presentation of the first TOTAL charge points installed in Italy, we celebrate together with Energica Motor Company an important moment for the launch in our country of the EV Charge project. In addition, to being a new step in the future of mobility, this partnership is part of the climate ambition to get to net zero by 2050 together with society pursued by the Group through the promotion of the use of electric vehicles for a responsible energy use”.Filippo Redaelli, CEO Total Italia