• Energy transition,

Sign up for the workshop: "Which energies for tomorrow's events?'

You are invited to discover a Centrale Nantes student project at the Misery Quarry as part of the "Complètement Nantes" event. The students conducted a survey of best practices in France on energy transition for events (festivals, sports competitions, school social events, garage sales etc) as part of an industrial studies project. See you there on the afternoon of Wednesday 16 May!

La Carrière Misery - Chantenay

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Under the supervision of Boris CONAN, Associate Professor at Centrale Nantes, first-year engineering students Gaël BIZET, Maxime CANARD, Olivia DELATTRE, Guilherme Tadashi ISHIDA and Antonin LE GARREC have worked on the project for several months with REEVE. They will present their results in an original format - a workshop open to the public as part of the "Complètement Nantes" event.


Project objectives: to study autonomous energies for events

They undertook a review of best practices through interviews with the main stakeholders in this sector:

  • Are there already existing systems in place for events? What about their operational and economic feasibility? Do other sectors (eg humanitarian) use any self-sufficient energy systems? Could they be used for events?
  • Which economic models would be applicable to develop these concepts? Services, sponsorship, energy saving certificate etc.
As part and parcel of energy transition, the events industry is having its own revolution in energy consumption. Festivals, sports championships, trade fairs, neighbourhood parties ... how can all these kinds of events become fossil fuel efficient on time? Are generators really necessary? Is the solar panel the future? What do organisers expect and what solutions already exist? This issue also concerns leading energy players and innovative companies.




REEVE - Eco-event network

REEVE aims to bring to apply energy transition to all the stakeholders in the events industry in Nantes. Events such as festivals, sports competitions, garage sales, weddings, trade fairs and sectors such as food, travel, energy consumption, circular economy etc are all covered.
It was in 2012 that this initiative came about, under the impetus of Nantes Métropole's sustainable development and climate initiative, with the support of the Terra 21 agency. In just five years, a lot of progress has already been made and a community has developed around working groups, an annual meeting, and shared experiences. Today, REEVE is supported by an association with a goal: to reach 1001 events committed to their region and the climate.

Published on May 14, 2018 Updated on May 14, 2018