EDP was present at NOS Alive for the 10th consecutive year with very special energy.
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The EDP Street is the enclosure area with traditional Portuguese scenography with a remaking inspired by Pombaline traces. It showcased several elements of Portuguese culture, including the re-creation of the Electricity Museum and EDP's headquarters building, two icons of the city of Lisbon.
The solidary energy of applauses
On the EDP street, the Fado Cafe Stage hosted artists such as Fábia Rebordão, Tiago Nacarato, Variações, Cristina Branco, and Francisco Salvação Barreto. We measured the decibels of the audience applause and converted them into kW of solidarity energy, which mean we are offering one year of electricity to Obra do Padre Gregório, an institution that hosts 18 girls between 10 and 21 years, to promote their social inclusion.
edp live bands
Walls have no ears
We firmly believe that great music should be heard. Through EDP Live Bands, we help garage bands make the leap to the stage of the biggest music festivals. This competition had three editions this year: in Portugal, Spain, and Brazil. The three winning bands - Yazz x b-mywingz, Beluga, and ETC - performed on the Sagres stage at NOS Alive on each of the festival days.
Energy sustainability is in our agenda and we are looking for anyone who wants to join this revolution. We walked around the festival looking for the energy of the most daring attendants.