The Extreme E all-electric motor racing series has announced it will be renewing its long-term environmental partnership with Allcot, a project developer and sustainability solutions company.

Allcot has been a partner of the series since its first season, and will continue as the official environmental contribution partner for the championship.

Last season, Allcot introduced climate action solutions to the series, with a particular focus on addressing carbon emissions.

Additionally, Allcot also announced an initiative with the championship last year, the St. Helena Active Offsetting Pilot Programme, which is run by Allcot IO, the digital division of the group.

Ali Russell, managing director of Extreme E, said: “We are excited that our long-term sustainability partner Allcot has extended their collaboration with us once again. We have achieved a lot together in the last three seasons including advancing the way we address emissions and driving sustainable practices for business.”

Alexis Leroy, chief executive of Allcot, added: “We now have great foundations to further our collaboration on minimizing our environmental impact and continuing to leave a long-lasting positive legacy.”

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Following the 2024 season’s opener in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, which took place from February 17 to 18, Extreme E will return on July 13 to 14 for the European leg of the calendar with double-header races in Sardinia.

This deal has been announced with the Extreme E name likely to be discontinued after the 2024 season, which takes in 10 races before ending in the US in November. Next year, instead, it is likely to be replaced by a hydrogen-powered competition.

March has also seen Extreme E (in whatever form it takes from next year) unveil a multi-year extension to its broadcast deal with the pan-European network Eurosport.

Through a tie-up with Eurosport’s owner Warner Bros Discovery (WBD), the European broadcaster will continue to screen Extreme E action in over 50 territories on the continent.

The original tie-up between the two came in late 2020, while Eurosport also covers the series in the Middle East and North Africa.

In late February, meanwhile, Extreme E announced the appointment of content agency Curveball.