Formula E, the all-electric single-seater motor racing series, has today unveiled a multi-year tie-up with global energy solutions firm Aggreko.

Through the deal, Aggreko will ensure Formula E events are “powered via renewable energy such as biofuel generators, solar arrays, and the latest battery technology.”

Aggreko will be supplying six 300kVA batteries for charging all the Formula E cars, as well as various battery sizes for powering the overall race circuits.

The energy solutions firm is also set to power the on-site Formula E hospitality and fan village options at each race location.

Renewable and sustainable energy provision is a key part of Formula E’s overall off-field mantra.

Formula E’s chief revenue officer, Tiziana di Gioia, has said: “Aggreko is a trusted supplier and expert in forward thinking and sustainable temporary energy solutions, so we’re thrilled to have it on board as an official provider of the championship."

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David de Behr, Aggreko Event Services’ head of sales, added: “Aggreko is aiding Formula E’s energy transition journey, supporting its goal to reduce overall emissions by 45% and maintain its position as the world’s most sustainable sport, and in line with our passion to deliver temporary clean energy solutions to the events industry.”

In mid-March, Formula E unveiled a deal with the cloud computing arm of global technology giant Google.

The multi-year partnership entails Formula E utilizing Google Cloud technology throughout its operations to “improve performance.”

February, meanwhile, saw Formula E announce the relocation of its global logistics headquarters to Valencia, Spain, from the UK’s Donington Park circuit.

The 2024 Formula E season began on January 13 with Mexico’s Mexico City E-Prix, and will end in late July in London.