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This current awareness service is prepared by the WSU Energy Program Library with funding from the U.S. Department of Energy State Energy Program. This information is provided for energy professionals and interested members of the public to highlight recent energy-related news, articles, and reports that discuss energy efficiency, energy conservation, and renewable sources of energy in engineering and policy circles.

 

All posts tagged 'Stadiums'

Check out all of the posts tagged with 'Stadiums' below. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.

Play Ball! American Baseball Stadiums Round the Bases on Energy Efficiency

U.S. Dept. of Energy, Apr. 3, 2017 by Jason Hartke.
https://energy.gov/eere/articles/play-ball-american-baseball-stadiums-round-bases-energy-efficiency

"As Americans gear up to “root, root, root for the home team” on Major League Baseball’s (MLB’s) Opening Day, they might be too focused on the games to notice that their stadium is more efficient than it used to be. Professional ballparks average 1 million square feet and together host more than 73 million Americans each year – which means there are a lot of opportunities for improvements that enhance visitor experience, save stadium owners and operators money, and reduce energy and water use."

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NFL Stadiums Attempt to Lower Energy Costs: 24 of the Most Energy Efficient Stadiums in the League

Electric Choice, Aug. 21, 2015.
https://www.electricchoice.com/blog/nfl-stadiums-attempt-to-lower-energy-costs/

"With the National Football League’s pre-season in full swing, and regular season play right around the corner, football fans from all over the country are gearing up to see their favorite teams square off. Every season, millions of fans pile into NFL Stadiums to watch the action unfold live. These stadiums are notorious for their size and technological advancements. They also consume millions of kilowatt hours in energy."

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