ENERGIFÖRBRUKNING, HÅLLBARHET OCH KOSTNADSEFFEKTIVITET
EE Music, Julie's Bicycle och Fifti bjuder in till en kostnadsfri workshop under Where's the music i Norrköping omkring energiförbrukning och kostnadsreducering på musikevenemang, konsertställen och festivaler. Workshopen hålls av Luke Ramsay från Julie's Bicycle, en organisation som arbetar med hållbarhet inom kreativa näringar. Workshopen är gratis men kräver registrering via Billetto.
EE MUSIC is the largest energy awareness campaign in the history of the European music event industry, holding events on better energy use in 27 European countries. The workshop in Sweden will be delivered by EE MUSIC project partner Julie's Bicycle in collaboration with local partner FIFTI. It will cover:
- Practical and sector-specific advice on making energy savings (and often, money savings!) in clubs and venues.
- Best practice case studies on energy management and use of renewable energy by venues from across Europe.
- How to use the EE MUSIC IG Tools, which are carbon calculators designed specifically for the creative industries to help venues and festivals monitor their environmental impacts and energy use on a monthly or yearly basis. The Tools have been adapted from the Julie's Bicycle IG Tools, which are already being used by over 2000 arts and creative organisations in the UK and worldwide.
- Discussion between venues and promoters on finding new ways of working that promote energy efficiency in the music event production industry.
EE MUSIC aims to change the music event industry relates to energy, kick-starting a movement to work better and more efficiently, and building a more resilient sector able to respond to the changing world we are finding ourselves in.
EE MUSIC is co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union.