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 San Francisco Giants led the league again in 2013, diverting 86 percent of AT&T Park waste from landfills.
The Ryan Center at the University of Rhode Island becomes one of the first NCAA Division I college basketball arenas to feature LED lighting.
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.
A group of accomplished design firms are speaking out against the proposed 80,000-seat stadium, which will be a focal point for the Olympic Games.
A new USGBC alliance will support the development of green building initiatives in professional and collegiate sports.
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.
Pritzker Prize-winner Toyo Ito’s Odate Dome in Japan, made with sustainably harvested wooden support beams and translucent Teflon, has performed well in many monsoon storms.
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.
Alliance to Save Energy takes a look at five NFL stadiums across the country which have best practices when it comes to energy efficiency.