Covering everything from the design to the construction of complex systems and provision of a multi-service rental fleet, our Events Team offers integrated solutions designed to guarantee large-scale and successful major events. An internal engineering studio guides all project stages, right from the initial idea, to the design and completion, guaranteeing reliability, optimisation of materials used and cost control, particularly for important and complex orders. Constantly trained teams of technicians operating 24 hours a day, 7 days a week ensure timely and effective handling of any unexpected issues.
Our rental fleet is technologically advanced and environmentally oriented: the power generation islands are the most efficient in terms of consumption and emissions and also include hybrid systems, equipped with remote control, ultra-soundproof fittings and electrical distribution with maximum fault selectivity. We offer integrated and efficient solutions capable of responding to multiple requirements: modular constructions; power generation and related systems; temperature control; air purification and sanitation; logistics; and the movement of people and goods.
NAMELESS FESTIVAL announces its ‘TRACELESS – Mission Zero Impact’ project thanks to CGTE
The festival is pursuing its sustainability strategy through new initiatives that will take the event ever closer to its goal of zero impact on the surrounding area. The ‘TRACELESS – Mission Zero Impact’ project has been conceived with this very intention: starting this year and for the first time ever in Italy, one of the NAMELESS FESTIVAL stages will be completely powered by zero-emission batteries, thanks to a CGTE project. Additionally, CGTE will use the latest generation of Stage V-certified generator sets for this event – technology that significantly reduces CO2, NOx, HC and PM emissions. This technology guarantees a drastic reduction in noise impact (57 dBA). Stage lighting and effects will be provided by biodegradable confetti and mobile lights with solar and hybrid energy.
Backstage, the containers housing the production offices and artists’ dressing rooms will be powered by the CGTE Solar System, a system of photovoltaic solar panels and battery packs.