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.
Heading to New Orleans for the Super Bowl? You can make your trip greener through carbon offset purchases at the “Geaux Green” website.
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.
The Department of Energy’s Better Buildings Challenge has joined forces with the Green Sports Alliance to help teams, venues and leagues be more eco-friendly.
The Philadelphia Phillies back a utility-scale solar project in Pennsylvania with the purchase of renewable energy credits from wind power.
Marlins Park in Miami beat the minimum score for LEED Gold by 10 points, sweeping past Target Field to claim the title of greenest ballpark in baseball.
The St. Louis Cardinals join the parade of Major League Baseball teams going solar, installing 106 panels at Busch Stadium.
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A new power installation at Safeco Field in Seattle will feature 168 Panasonic HIT Double solar panels, which generate electricity from both sides.
The aptly named Phoenix Suns play with a bit of extra power from the sun, unveiling a 227-kilowatt solar installation to help power the US Airways Center.
The Minnesota Twins’ Target Field has gone beyond its LEED Silver for New Construction certification to garner LEED EB:O&M for greening its daily operations.