In order to produce energy more efficiently than traditional systems, in early 2016 Ducati set up a trigeneration plant inside its facilities, a system that uses a single fuel (methane gas) and two endothermic motors to simultaneously generate electrical, heating and cooling energy.
The electricity produced by the plant in 2018 accounted for 84% of the facility's total electricity requirements. The remaining electricity needed, purchased from renewable sources, was entirely produced by wind farms.
From 2016 to the present day* this has allowed Ducati to significantly reduce the emission of CO2.
For more information, the table below shows the most significant data relating to the trigeneration plant:
(*) Data as at 01/06/2019