Energica’s partnership agreement aimed at producing powertrains for other applications.
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Energica Motor Company S.p.A. has just begun a technological collaboration with Sealence s.r.l, an innovative startup that has revolutionized the world of naval propulsion with its own DeepSpeed electric jet.
The meeting of these two Italian companies will allow Energica to approach a new field, the nautical market, and gives additional impetus to the company’s long-term strategy to help turn The Motor Valley into a center for sustainable “Made in Italy” mobility.
This industrial cooperation will be aimed at the development of an electric powertrain: providing not only economies of scale, but also ensuring this new electric product by Energica-Sealence will be among the most powerful and technologically advanced on the world market.
“We are very proud of this new all-Italian collaboration that will bring us to the marine market”, said Livia Cevolini, CEO of Energica Motor Company S.p.A. “Our country is fast becoming the epicenter of extraordinary electric innovation.
Sealence although a young company has been able to establish itself in a very short time. The synergy of skills between our companies is only the first step towards new eco-sustainable industrial scenarios. ”
“As Energica we are convinced that we can accelerate the development of DeepSpeed by bringing our technology and our know-how gained both on the road and on the track, thanks to our experience in the FIM Enel MotoE World Cup”.
“Energica represents excellence in electric mobility”, says William Gobbo CEO of Sealence s.r.l. “Over the years they have been able to build a business capable of competing at the highest levels, on a global scale. I know how difficult it is to launch similar entrepreneurial initiatives in Italy but, despite these difficulties, it is clear that Energica is now emerging in the sector as a key point of reference. We are therefore honored by this collaboration”.
In the future, high-powered Energica-Sealence powertrains could become available for other types of applications in different fields based on technical compatibility, thus prefiguring the basis for other new electric vehicles.
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