EE MUSIC is composed of nine project partners who work in the fields of sustainable energy, communication and music
Project coordinator: WIP Renewable Energies has been active in the field of sustainable energy for more than four decades.
Julie’s Bicycle is a charity making sustainability intrinsic to the business, art and ethics of music, theatre and the creative industries.
The GMI acts as a platform coordinating the music and entertainment industry´s efforts to minimise their climate impact.
Elevate is an annual music festival with a unique combination of critical political discourse and contemporary music and art.
TSX is a Lisbon-based consultancy that offers services in energy efficiency, carbon management and climate change.
Projects in Motion Ltd (PiM) is a Malta-based SME that focuses on promoting renewable energy sources, energy efficiency processes and products.
Ekodoma Limited group is an engineering consultancy practice working towards energy efficiency, renewable energies, environment and economy.
Wicher Agency is an advertising and brand agency – specialized on sustainability, b2b-clients and political campaigning.
United Partners is the leading independent public relations and strategic communications consultancy in Bulgaria.
EE MUSIC aims to create a dialogue amongst leaders of the 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 many affected groups: promoters, production professionals and energy consultants, as well as venue owners and operators. The EE MUSIC web platform provides information on international good practice and concrete recommendations for efficiency measures. Additionally, free access to the EE MUSIC IG Tools is offered; a sector-specific CO2 calculator for venues and festivals intended to help event organisers track their carbon impacts. The project is coordinated by WIP Renewable Energies (D) and financially supported by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Commission. It unites pioneering sustainability initiatives like Julie’s Bicycle (UK) and the Green Music Initiative (D), energy consultancies and agencies, the Elevate Festival (AT) and communication agencies, with the aim to build capacities for energy management and energy efficiency in the music sector.