This Infographic was produced by The Musicians Guide.
How Green is the Music Industry? (Infographic)
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The photovoltaic (PV) modules will generate enough electricity to power the equivalent of 40 homes annually. Power generated will be used, in the first instance, for Eavis’ Worthy Farm and any left over will be fed into the National Grid.
The Patagonia Music Collective project has a simple model with a clear message: “Buy a song, benefit the environment.”