Imagine a match of football where spotlights and other infrastructure are powered by clean energy. 1.350 solar panels forming a ring around the upper circumference of the stadium. It's not about fantasy football but low fields environmental impact of the two New York teams, the Giants and Jets.
MeLife Stadium is the project carried out by the NRG Energy company. The stadium, with its solar panels, can produce an energy capacity of 350,000 kilowatt-hours. That of MeLife Stadium it is not the only project carried out by NRG Energy. New Meadwlands Stadium is also a great example of clean sport.
The Giants and Jets aren't the only teams to have access to green technologies. Last year, a photovoltaic system consisting of 8,000 panels positioned in the parking lot was inaugurated at the Washington Redskins ’FedEx Field. 3,000 solar panels can also be seen at the New England Patriots stadium.
When it comes to American Football surprises never end: according to the Philadelphia Business Journal, a production plant is being set up at Lincoln Financial Field clean energy which has 11,000 solar panels and 14 wind turbines. The question arises spontaneously… Italian football, when will it become this way clean?