Pramac Ducati Renews Energy Resources

MotoGP Team News

Also for the 2010 MotoGP season the alliance between Energy Resources and Pramac Racing Team is renewed. The partnership, born last year, is reinforced by The Green Energy Team project that Pramac Racing will continue for this season.

Energy Resources is a System Integrator company that research, developes and complete technologies that improve energy efficiency using renewable energies.

The mission of the Italian company, with its headquarter in Ancona, is directed towards energy, or rather, to all those forms of energy by exploiting natural resources, tend to improve the quality of our lives without compromising the ability to the future generations to live in a healthy and hospitable planet.

The company develops its range of action on three main renewable sources that are: solar, geothermal and mini wind turbines.

Paolo Campinoti (Pramac Racing Team Principal) says: "A common aim: minimize CO2 emissions. The partnership between a team that aims to minimize its emissions of C02, and a System integrator company, as Energy Resources, is an ideal combination. We can use the knowledge that Energy Resources has developed over the years to achieve greater energy efficiency in our facilities.
MotoGP has always had an international status, we hope that the collaboration with Energy Resource will continue to increase their awareness not only in Italy but worldwide."

Enrico Cappanera (Energy Resources CEO) says: "The challenge of bringing the green philosophy in the motorcycling world. The challenge of bringing the green philosophy in the motorcycling world has strongly encouraged us – said Enrico Cappanera, CEO of Energy Resources – this is the reason why we wanted to embrace this innovative choice by Pramac, which we have an important collaboration for several years that concerns the innovative technical components that we use in our renewable energy plants. As a sponsor of The Green Energy Team we will support all the initiatives that help to reduce CO2 emissions in the atmosphere and to create awareness on the sustainable development issues."

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One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007 and is currently Editor at Large at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of 365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).