Azimut|Benetti Group, in collaboration with Eni Sustainable Mobility, has embarked on a groundbreaking initiative to decarbonize the yachting industry. The partnership entails the supply and utilization of HVOlution, a biofuel produced exclusively from 100% renewable raw materials*. This groundbreaking agreement represents a significant stride toward achieving sustainable yachting practices.HVOlution, derived from Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil (HVO), is synthesized at Eni Sustainable Mobility's biorefineries in Venice and Gela. The biofuel is created from waste raw materials, vegetable residues, or oils obtained from non-food chain crops, following the principles of a circular economy model. HVOlution has the potential to reduce emissions by up to 90% compared to conventional fossil blends, depending on the raw materials used for its production.Beginning in the summer of 2023, Azimut|Benetti Group will introduce HVOlution as a substitute for the fossil-based fuel currently utilized during technical testing, sea trials, and prototype model handling. Owners will also have the option to receive new Azimut yachts with HVOlution biofuel already onboard. The collaboration between Azimut|Benetti Group and Eni Sustainable Mobility will be inaugurated in early June with the maiden voyage of Azimut's latest vessel, the Magellano 60. This voyage will take the yacht from Savona to Taormina, where it will be showcased at the prestigious "Yachting Gala" event, attended by over 600 owners from across the globe.Stefano Ballista, CEO of Eni Sustainable Mobility, expressed enthusiasm, stating, "This initial biofuel supply to the recreational boating industry affirms Eni Sustainable Mobility's commitment to supporting maritime operators in their decarbonization journey. The agreement with Azimut|Benetti Group marks the first step, and in the coming months, we aim to expand HVOlution sales to the wider maritime industry."