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FESTIVALS AND EVENTS

Outdoor events are back! Many of these events have incorporated a new ethos around the environment. If we want to continue enjoying clean air and the great outdoors for generations to come we must enjoy ourselves sustainably. Some of the largest event production companies – and artists – have insisted that we reduce the impact of our activities on the land, air and water, and part of that involves the energy used to power these events. NUE is ready to address this challenge and has a head start on the competition.

AY is a producer, singer, songwriter, entertainer, and entrepreneur. He powers his concerts (“The Battery Tour”) using renewable energy. He was recently named a UN Youth Leader for SDGs and performed at President Biden’s inauguration. AY is currently working on a Global Goals album, labeled “Project 17” in collaboration with earth’s biggest artists to create one song for each of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

NUE products powered stages and DJ booths for the Louisiana Sunshine Fest. Read these recent articles in The New Yorker and Rolling Stone featuring the Grammy Award-winning Lost Bayou Ramblers where co-founder Louis Michot talks about solar power, renewables and climate change. 

HOW NUE SUPPORTS FESTIVALS AND EVENTS

Clean Power

Eliminates the use
of small gasoline
generators

Quiet

Silent-running
power source

Portable

Very quick to set up to 
power your event

Set up anywhere

No need for a central source
of power. Power multiple stages
and booths

Support Power

Great option to power
medical and support tents
for your event

Safety

No need for support staff
to keep dangerous fuels nearby

WEBINAR: How to Use Solar Generators for Festivals & Events

Many outdoor events have incorporated a new ethos around the environment. If we want to continue enjoying clean air and the great outdoors for generations to come we must enjoy ourselves sustainably. Some of the largest event production companies – and artists – have insisted that we reduce the impact of our activities on the land, air and water, and part of that involves the energy used to power these events. In this webinar, we’ll discuss how you can use solar to power your events without the noise, fumes and danger of portable gasoline generators.

Speakers:

  • Nate Heegaard, New Use Energy
  • Neel Vasavada, Overdrive Energy Solutions
  • Louis Michot, The Lost Bayou Ramblers & Nouveau Electric Records