Extreme E extends sustainability partnership with Allcot

Long-term pact to continue focus on reducing carbon emissions in sport for purpose championship.
Extreme E

All-electric off-road SUV championship Extreme E has extended its partnership with carbon project developer and sustainability solutions company Allcot.


  • Allcot will continue as the series’ official environmental contribution partner
  • The company’s remit is to address carbon emissions in Extreme E and leverage the motorsport platform to inspire wider change


Allcot has partnered with Extreme E since the series’ inception, with the two parties most recently signing an extension in June last year. Part of this extension was a collaboration to offset emissions from the St Helena, the series’ floating headquarters.

The active offsetting process involves collecting daily fuel consumption from St Helena which is converted in Co2e – carbon emission equivalent. Using the daily carbon footprint data, the corresponding precise amount of carbon credits required for compensation will be instantly calculated.

These credits are then automatically retired via a blockchain platform, leaving an immutable record of each transaction on the blockchain ledger.


Ali Russell, managing director of Extreme E, said: “We are excited that our long-term sustainability partner Allcot have 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.”

Coming next:

Extreme E returns for its next round at a yet to be determined venue in Europe from 13th to 14th July.

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