To meet Ferrari’s needs Enel X designed a solar photovoltaic (PV) system that will be installed on the rooftop of Ferrari’s famous factory in Maranello, Italy. Boosting the company’s self-production of energy while reducing CO₂ emissionsemissions was the main goal of the project. The solar PV system, comprised of more than 3,800 solar panels, will have a maximum capacity of 1,535 kWp that will cover part of the Ferrari premises’ electricity consumption.
In addition, Enel X will create a solar PV parking canopy that is completely off grid, combining the solar with a battery storage system to meet the charging needs of Ferrari’s new hybrid range and future full-electric vehicles. The charging performance will be monitored and shared through Enel X’s Energy Management System, which will display the data in real-time.
kWp of maximum capacity
tons of CO₂ emissions avoided yearly
fully off-grid carport
“It’s a source of great pride for us to have signed this agreement with Ferrari, a symbol of Italian excellence and one of the most important brands in the world, which selected Enel X’s technological solutions to boost the sustainability of its Maranello premises, a place that’s truly legendary for all motorsports enthusiasts.”
Head of Enel X
Ferrari S.p.A. is an Italian car manufacturer founded by Enzo Ferrari in Maranello, the province of Modena in 1947. A producer of luxury sports cars and racing cars, the company has always been involved in motor racing and boasts a record number of Formula One titles, in addition to being one of the most successful teams in the Gran Turismo and Sport Prototype car competitions as well.