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Electric Everything: Energica’s Motorcycle Tech Turns to Water

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While our favorite Modenese motorcycle manufacturer has continued success in the expansion of their industry-leading machines, Energica has never been one to rest contentedly on singular laurels (we learned this when they tinkered with electric power in tractors and, more recently, planes).

The brand’s obsessive calling to share zero-emission energy has their teams dipping fingers in new pots, one of which will take Energica’s charging potential to the nearest body of water in the name of our good carbon-neutral future.

The new prototype Energica is creating in partnership with Plenitude. Media sourced from Energica.
The new prototype Energica is creating in partnership with Plenitude. Media sourced from Energica.
The new prototype Energica is creating in partnership with Plenitude. Media sourced from Energica.

According to Energica’s recent press release, Energica’s new partnership with Plenitude (via subsidiary Be Charge) will focus on the following:

  1. Electric charging systems in Italian ports for watercraft
  2. Development of a new electric, nautical prototype, to be created in collaboration with Electric Revolution and christened the “Runabout” electric jet ski

Naturally, the always-beautiful and ever-eclectic Livia Cevolini (Energica’s CEO) is excited at the potential of this new partnership:

“This agreement represents an important chapter for us to expand our activities, and it is also an incredible opportunity to boost the electrification process in new industries,” enthuses Cevolini in the release.

“This is a result that follows on the Energica brand vision towards the expanding of the Italian Electric Valley.”

An Energica machine. Media sourced from Enerica.
An Energica machine. Media sourced from Enerica.
An Energica machine. Media sourced from Enerica.

Paolo Martini, Plenitude’s Head of e-mobility (and Be Charge’s CEO), has also chipped in with his drive to bring electric energy to local shores:

“The signing of this agreement marks the beginning of a new important journey for us as we can expand the concept of E-Mobility to the nautical sector. As always, we’re driven by the will to be pioneers by using technology as a key tool to always be innovative in our services.”

What do you think of Energica’s new initiative to expand electric energy to watercraft?

*Media sourced from Energica*​


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