Formula E, with Enel at the Berlin ePrix

Published on Friday, 9 June 2017

The atmosphere in Berlin is buzzing with electricity, for a double ePrix of Formula E racing cars. Races will be held on 10th and 11th June at the Tempelhof Airport on a 2.27 km racetrack that offers considerable opportunities for overtaking, especially on the two long straights where drivers can race at full throttle.

The two dates in Berlin, which mark the halfway point in the world championships for electric single-seat cars, are the final rounds in Europe of the third season of Formula E, a decisive double appointment for the championship, currently headed by Sébastien Buemi following his victories in Montecarlo and Paris. Buemi will now be racing to consolidate his lead.

In Berlin on the track, once again, the Enel Minigrid with Smart meter, Energy storage, solar panels and charging stations.

Formula E, Enel Minigrid at Berlin ePrix

Technology and innovation for sustainable mobility and for cities, takes centre stage on Friday 9th June at the latest appointment of the FIA Smart City Forum. The initiative, launched in March at the Geneva Motor Show in collaboration with Enel and other Formula E partners, aims to promote themes of sustainable mobility and intelligent cities in order to identify the best technology and innovative solutions to make urban ecosystems on a human scale that are more respectful of the environment.

The title of the Berlin Forum is “New directions in Urban Mobility” and representing Enel at the debate is Federico Caleno, Head of New Technologies and Global Infrastructure & Network Innovation.

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