EE MUSIC: European Energy Use Benchmarks for the Music Event Industry
EE MUSIC Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Another round-up of energy-saving top tips and tricks from EE MUSIC\'s travels across Europe.
News from Powerful Thinking
In his report EE MUSIC Ambassador Neven Prišuta gives an overview about the status quo in the Croatian music scene.
Introducing Richard Fletcher of De Montfort University, talking about festival audience engagement project Face Your Elephant\'s work with young engineers, and sustainable energy management at festivals.
Guest Blog: Introducing Elin Trogen of FIFTI (Fight It From the Inside), EE MUSIC Ambassador for Sweden, on sustainability in the Swedish events industry.
Energy efficient equipment - from lights to fridges.
The events implemented in the context of EE MUSIC have been a great success. About 1.000 visitors have been reached via Stakeholder Mobilisation Events such as EE MUSIC Launches and EE MUSIC Workshops.
Diana Simpson Hernandez, RCA product design graduate, talks about generating clean energy through music and design.
Sharing Tricks of the Trade: Top Tips to Save Energy from across Europe
Reporting from the PLASA Show 2014
EE MUSIC – The European Initiative for Scaling Up Energy Efficiency in the Music Event Industry, aims to create a dialogue amongst leaders of the music industry on how to establish an efficient and sustainable energy music culture in Europe. EE MUSIC workshops and training events share skills on energy management for the industry for many affected groups: promoters, production professionals and energy consultants, as well as venue owners and operators. The programme is active in 27 countries.
In order to recognize and celebrate leading efforts and accomplishments by music clubs/venues, organisers of events, festivals and other initiatives across Europe in finding solutions to reduce energy consumption and their carbon footprint while continuing to offer excellent music entertainment, EE MUSIC presents the EE MUSIC EUROPE AWARDS 2015.
The EE MUSIC Team recognizes the challenges and chances in managing energy and energy related options in planning and production of major music events, and maintenance of music venues. Furthermore, the importance of engaging the public in awareness of efforts taken and, as appropriate, in participating in these efforts is acknowledged. Hence the EE MUSIC Europe Awards 2015 have established 3 different Award categories
The 3 Award categories are:
For more information on the award criteria and enter the awards, please download the form below and send it back to the EE MUSIC team by noon on the 30 November 2015.
The winners will be announced at the EE MUSIC Europe Awards in Barcelona on the 10 December, 2015. The event will take place at the Antiga Fàbrica Estrella Damm, and the presentation of the awards will be followed by a dinner and party to celebrate energy efficient music culture.
So keep the date free, and we'd love it if you joined us!
Contact us with any questions about the award scheme.