Creative Carbon Scotland’s Guide to Temporary Power

21st July 2016

This guide aims to look at some green alternatives to diesel generators and where you should use them and is aimed at festival organisers and those who are specifying equipment for temporary and outdoor use

Because we can see it, it’s easy to be aware of waste generated (and often left behind) during festivals but that’s only part of the story as power generation emissions are likely to make up around 70-80% of the onsite festival carbon footprint.

The guide provides advice on

  • Understanding your power needs
  • Making a Commitment
  • Reducing emissions from your outdoor power generation
  • Renewable sources of power
  • Novel Technologies

Click here to download our Guide to Temporary Power

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We believe cultural and creative organisations have a significant influencing power to help shape a sustainable Scotland for the 21st century.


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