Our goal is to reduce time to market and to accelerate the transition to electric-powered mobility
Energica Inside has signed a new commercial agreement with Solectrac, the U.S. leading electric tractor manufacturer, to develop a new battery pack for their electric tractors throughout the entire line-up of models.
Together with Phenix Air Corp, a French consulting tech firm, Energica powertrain has been initially integrated into an airplane propeller, aiming to assess performances and conduct a series of tests. Now the plan is to integrate the powertrain in an ultralight seaplane to test real performances.
The Pure Flight engineering team is assessing the integration of Energica powertrain that could guarantee among the highest range for a cruise intra European air travel, thanks to the high efficiency of the airframe combined with the performances of the powertrain.
A team of engineers and pilots led by Gabriel De Vault, expert pilot and senior engineer, are working on integrating the latest Energica Powertrain in a purpose built Sonex airframe. The project aims to test performances and range of the EV conversion, that fits multipurpose use cases, from training course, to cruise intrastate travel and even aerobatics.
The synergy between Be Charge and Energica has made possible the development of a new maritime vehicle. The first joint project revolves around the creation of a prototype of electric watercraft, the Runabout model, which will feature technology by Energica Inside and a collaboration with Electric Revolution, a startup created by Roberto Minnucci and Roberto Mariani (Freestyle Category World Champion).
Energica has collaborated with Sealence, an innovative startup that has revolutionized the world of naval propulsion with its own ®DeepSpeed electric jet, for the development, the production and the provision of modular systems for electric powertrains for maritime purposes.
The collaboration with Fantic is born to realize the concept of the first Fantic electric scooter, a 100% Italian vehicle, designed and built in Veneto and Emilia, equipped with E-Power motor, inverter, VCU and DC / DC.
The E-Power projec realized from Energica Indise, Dell’Orto S.p.a. and Reinova represents an incedible revolution for the electric urban mobility sector.
Energica Inside supported the Belgian cross car manufacturer LifeLive, company led by Yannick Neuville with the support of his brother Thierry Neuville, a WRC champion driver, by providing Energica powertrain to do research and development in the cross-car racing sector.