Alpine F1 Team is proud to announce a multi-year strategic partnership with Ecowatt, an investment company developing renewable energy assets and funding social impact projects.
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The Ecowatt brand identity will be visible on Alpine’s 2023 challenger – the A523 – for the upcoming FIA Formula 1 World Championship season and on the drivers’ and race team’s overalls at all Grands Prix.
Otmar Szafnauer, Alpine F1 Team, Team Principal:
Our partnership with Ecowatt is a long-term project with ambitious targets to reduce our carbon footprint and fast-track to net-zero emissions. We are thrilled to have Ecowatt on board.
Ecowatt CEO Thomas Puskas:
Ecowatt and Alpine have continuous, rapid innovation in their DNA, so we look forward to working closely with their incredible development teams to pioneer meaningful and measurable change on the No.1 issue facing the planet.
Ecowatt develops and operates renewable energy power plants of varying sizes and capacities worldwide, increasing the much-needed supply of clean energy and carbon avoidance projects.
In addition, Ecowatt carefully selects and funds social impact projects which are holistic and sustainable. They will democratize access to green energy investment opportunities by leveraging innovative technologies.
About Alpine F1 Team
Alpine F1 Team competes in the FIA Formula One World Championship with race winners Esteban Ocon and Pierre Gasly. Led by Team Principal Otmar Szafnauer, the team finished fourth in the 2022 Constructors’ Championship as it continues its quest to reach the pinnacle of Formula 1.
Led by CEO Laurent Rossi, Alpine is the French-style sports car brand founded in 1955 by Jean Rédélé and is now the dedicated brand for innovative, authentic and exclusive sports cars of the Renault Group. A wider Business Unit allows Alpine to benefit from the heritage and know-how of its historic Dieppe factory and the engineering expertise of the Alpine F1 Team, Alpine Racing and Alpine Cars teams.