It won’t be in action as the Broncos and Seahawks tangle Sunday night, but MetLife Stadium is one of several NFL fields with an onsite solar power system.
The pieces are in place for 375 kilowatts of solar power production at Levi’s Stadium, home to the San Francisco 49ers beginning in 2014.
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A planned NFL stadium for the Minnesota Vikings will use new, energy-saving sustainable tactics to battle snow buildup on the roof: passive solar and gravity.
The San Francisco 49ers, playing in tomorrow’s Super Bowl XLVII, may become the NFL’s new symbol of sustainability as their new stadium vies for LEED certification.
Fall is all about football — and football stadiums, increasingly, are all about solar. EarthTechling takes a look at some of the greenest stadiums in the NFL.
National Geographic Society reports on how renewable energy is making its way into the power generation process at certain NFL stadiums.
A solar power system going up at Lincoln Financial Field—expected to be the largest in the NFL—will combine with wind to provide juice for all games.
NRG will be teaming up with The Kraft Group to up the ante on solar power at Gillette Stadium and the Patriot Place complex with two new on-site installations.
The Clinton Global Initiative cheers AEG’s LA Farmers Field plan as “a sustainable entertainment and business development in a major urban area.”
FedExField looks to now boast the largest solar installation of any NFL stadium in the United States, and includes a 30 foot sculpture made from thin fim solar.