Organized from May 8th to 10th, the 2019 edition of EVER Monaco, the exhibition for renewable energies and green vehicles, will take place at the Grimaldi Forum and will employ a new exhibition format – one which is both larger and more international. To mark the occasion, a new ambassador of choice has been named: the driver Nico Rosberg, a resident of Monaco, Formula 1 2016 world champion, and an outspoken promoter of Formula E racing.
This professional forum continues to improve throughout the years. Since its inception in 2005, the biggest players dedicated to renewable energies and sustainable mobility (manufacturers, engineers, companies…) all meet under one roof at the Grimaldi Forum. For this 14th edition, the fervor around this event is cranked up a notch. Supported by the Monegasque government, this 2019 edition promises to be incredible: a Ride & Drive area to present and test alternative energy vehicles, including electric boats, round table talks bringing together personalities from the world of sustainable development, and even a small rally will be held during the event. The latter is called the Riviera Electric Challenge, and it is reserved entirely for electric vehicles that will race between Cagnes-sur-Mer and Monaco… The EVER just keeps getting better!
To mark the coup, Bernard Fautrier, President of the event, announced the latest edition’s ambassador. None other than Formula 1 World Champion 2016 and Formula E partner Niko Rosberg. “I have always wanted to put my notoriety at the service of the Principality and the events that make progress in renewable energies. and sustainable mobility. Being an ambassador for EVER Monaco is also demonstrating my commitment to the technologies of tomorrow, and making the connection between ecology and motorsport thanks to the arrival of Formula E in the Principality,” Rosberg said in a statement. The champion also ensured his presence during the show for an autograph session.
For more information: http://www.ever-monaco.com/en/
*Article originally published on the French edition of the Monaco Tribune.