Zero emissions for a great success: Formula E triumphs in New York with the energy of Enel X

The fourth season of the championship for electric single-seater racing cars, for which Enel X is Official Smart Charging Partner, has been won by the French driver Jean-Éric Vergne

Published on 19 July 2018

Zero emissions for a great success: Formula E triumphs in New York with the energy of Enel X

There was no lack of breath-taking driving skills and neck and neck challenges in the closing race of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship that took place last weekend in New York City. The first car to cross the finish line of the final race was driven by Jean-Éric Vergne, the 28-year-old French driver who last Saturday became the new ABB FIA Formula E World Champion. As the Official Smart Charging Partner of the championship for zero emission single-seaters, this was an Enel X branded success.

Our Group is increasingly consolidating its brand in North America. In addition to working behind the scenes we will now be lining up centre stage: from 2019 we will not only be managing the energy charge of the races, through smart meters and large storage systems, but we will also be charging the electric vehicles. A great technological challenge awaits us

Christian Weeks - Enel X Head of Flexibility, North America 

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