Dean Harrison


The Isle of Man TT Races and PE have announced a new sponsorship deal that will see the tech-powered utilities provider become the TT’s Official Utility and EV Energy Partner.

As part of the deal, PE will also be the title sponsor of the PE Superstock TT Race 2 taking place on Friday 7th June.

As well as being an official sponsor of the TT Races, PE will help deliver a more sustainable TT event through a carbon footprint assessment. PE’s carbon footprint calculator covers the emissions created by the races, including off island visitor travel from the UK and Ireland, accommodation and local travel. It also includes an assessment of the number of racing laps undertaken during the event, and an evaluation of the effect of the additional visitors to the Island during the fortnight.

Paul Phillips, Head of Motorsport, Isle of Man TT Races commented:

“Environmental sustainability is an important part of our strategy for the Isle of Man TT Races. And with the Isle of Man being the world’s only UNESCO recognised ‘entire nation’ it’s important that the TT Races takes increasing steps to reduce its carbon footprint. Our partnership with PE ensures that we are able to evaluate the impact that the races have, and introduce effective working practices that will reduce the environmental impact of the event into the future.”

Neeraj Bhatia, Group CEO, PE commented: “We are a hugely proud supporter of the Isle of Man TT Races, and this is reflected in our decision to significantly increase our investment into sponsorship this year. And as passionate advocates of sustainability, we are once again looking forward to helping elevate the races’ green credentials through a sustainability programme covering a wide range of aspects on the environmental impact of the event.”

As part of the signed deal throughout the entirety of the Isle of Man TT Races PE will also benefit from trackside branding along with broadcast integration and exposure through the TT’s rapidly growing digital channels. This includes exclusive live and on-demand coverage of all 11 days racing via the TT+ Live Pass, which has transformed the way fans enjoy the event since first introduced in 2022.