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The Energy Transition Set to the Rhythm of Music


We are Sustainability Partners for festivals across Europe, to make live music events more sustainable.


Plenitude’s musical journey

Plenitude supports the energy transition and aims to reduce the environmental impact of the music world and live events. Discover the upcoming events in 2023 below.

2023 events

Plenitude has been leaving its sign on the host cities of some of Europe’s most popular music events. From Madrid to Turin, Plenitude is helping spread the culture of a sustainable energy as a Sustainability Partner.

C2C Festival
From 2 to 5 November - Plenitude returns to C2C Festival as the Sustainability and Main Partner with the Plenitude Room, specially fitted with a fully renewables-powered laser installation.
Parco Gondar
From 20 July to 3 September - Plenitude was Energy Partner of Parco Gondar 2023, a unique event in the heart of Apulia, dedicated to music, art, and sport, with an eye on more efficient energy solutions.
Opera Festival
From 23 to 27 August - The music festival returns to the volcanic landscapes of Sicily. Plenitude supports the event with energy redevelopment initiatives, urban regeneration projects, and the promotion of local resources.
Primavera Sound Festival

From 1 to 3 and from 7 to 10 June - Plenitude returns to Primavera Sound as Sustainability Partner, ensuring all stages in Barcelona, Madrid, and Porto are powered by renewable energy sources.
The Island Experience Festival
From 1 to 4 June - For the second consecutive year, Plenitude is proud to be the Sustainability Partner of this event, as it contributes to making the festival more sustainable with a photovoltaic system donated to the Island of Pantelleria.
Sanremo Festival 
From 7 to 11 February - Plenitude returned to Sanremo with new initiatives for the Italian music festival. The harmony of elements that enables successful energy transition inspired energy-themed events and installations.

Plenitude, we have energy to change.