Rising energy costs and an increased interest in environmental sustainability is making sustainable energy management a growing topic of importance in the music event production industry, but there is frequently a knowledge barrier preventing effective action. EE MUSIC is looking to scale up existing good practice and skills across Europe among event organisers, venue owners, and energy consultants.
January 26, 2015
This free day-long event is a chance to gain insight into the specialist knowledge and data on energy use in clubs/venues and at festivals built up by EE MUSIC partners Julie’s Bicycle and the Green Music Initiative over the past 7 years.
We will be covering topics including:
- Club/venue and festival energy use benchmarks
- Energy management in clubs and venues
- Energy managements at festivals and outdoor events
- Case studies from exemplary venues and festivals
- The industry-specific EE MUSIC IG Tools carbon calculators
This event is aimed at energy consultants who do not have experience working with the music event industry, as well as venue and club facilities managers and production professionals with an interest in acting as ‘multipliers’ for good practice in the industry.
Full agenda to be announced.
Speakers: Chiara Badiali and Teresa Agudo, Julie’s Bicycle
Please note: this event will be hosted in English, although Teresa will be on hand to translate anything into French if necessary! We will also have French versions of some of the training materials available.
ATTENDANCE TO THIS EVENT IS FREE
Please note that spaces are extremely limited. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
EE MUSIC is a network of sustainability and energy experts, music industry experts and communications agencies, working to help music events reduce energy use and its environmental impacts. The EE MUSIC approach provides energy efficient and sustainable energy solutions specific to the nature and needs of the music event sector. EE MUSIC is the largest energy campaign for the music event industry there has ever been in Europe, with events and trainings in 27 countries.