The E1 Series was revealed a few months ago causing a sensation with the naked eye, as it is the first category of competition for 100% electric boats in the world, which gives life to a new facet in the field of racing at the same time in who thinks and acts with regard to sustainable mobility.
Alejandro Agag is one of the masterminds behind this project, in fact, he was in the virtual presentation of the RaceBird, the electric boat that will be implemented in the races, which has considerable power that adds to its load efficient and aesthetically pleasing aerodynamics to make the boat a real eye-catcher.
However, to carry out such a project a good investment is necessary, and precisely, Agag and the E1 Series have the financial support of the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia to boost the growth of the category that plans to start the first championship in 2023 to mark a milestone in the history of sport.
The E1 Series plan
The E1 Series Plan is to offer a totally sustainable, environmentally friendly and entertaining show, while the category travels around various parts of the world to show the most beautiful maritime landscapes while promoting the use of renewable energies while continuing to side the struggle and passion of a career.
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For this reason, a plan has been signed in conjunction with ACWA Power and Sudair Solar Energy, companies dedicated to renewable energy, as well as Lucid Motors to develop electric vehicles and take the E1 Series to 13 specific areas by 2025 Furthermore, Saudi Arabia is being seriously considered as a place to host a race of this championship.
“We are delighted to work together with the Saudi Public Investment Fund to jointly shape the future direction of motor boating. Forming a strong partnership with a global investment powerhouse provides a solid foundation on which to build a new sport,” said Rodi Basso, co-founder and CEO of the E1 Series.
Written by | Ronald Ortega