Green Mountain Energy Super Bowl XLVI

As the provider of green power for Super Bowl XLVI and Pro
Bowl 2012, Green Mountain is:


Providing renewable energy
certificates (RECs)
to offset
greenhouse gas
emissions
associated with the
electricity used at
the major NFL
venues, including
Lucas Oil Stadium
and the NFL
Experience
, as well as
Aloha Stadium in Hawaii
turbine
Providing carbon offsets to
balance out greenhouse gas
emissions associated
with the AFC and
NFC Super Bowl
teams' air and
ground travel
leaf
Supporting urban tree
planting programs
in Indianapolis
(for Super Bowl)
and Hawaii
(for Pro Bowl)
tree
Donating a solar array
in Indianapolis
through
Rebuilding
Together
Solar

Super Bowl XLVI Goes Green

RENEWABLE ENERGY POWERS SUPER BOWL XLVI:TRAVEL OFFSETS AND SOLAR ENERGY EXPAND "GREENING"

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The National Football League has been “greening” the management of Super Bowl for 18 years. This year, together with the Indianapolis Super Bowl XLVI Host Committee, the NFL has extended the use of ’green‘ power to all six major Super Bowl facilities. Everything from the computers in the Motorola Super Bowl XLVI Media Center to the lights that shine down on the teams as they compete during Super Bowl will be powered by green energy.
Green Mountain Energy Company, the nation’s longest serving provider of green power, was selected to supply 15,000 megawatt hours of renewable energy certificates (RECs) to offset greenhouse gas emissions associated with the electricity used at the major NFL venues. These include Lucas Oil Stadium, site of Super Bowl XLVI, the Indiana Convention Center, site of the NFL Experience Football Theme Park, and all four of the major NFL hotels including the NFL Headquarters, the Super Bowl Media Center, and the AFC and NFC team hotels .
The National Football League has been "greening" the management of Super Bowl for 18 years. This year, together with the Indianapolis Super Bowl XLVI Host Committee, the NFL has extended the use of 'green' power to all six major Super Bowl facilities. Everything from the computers in the Motorola Super Bowl XLVI Media Center to the lights that shine down on the teams as they compete during Super Bowl will be powered by green energy.

Green Mountain Energy Company, the nation’s longest serving provider of green power, was selected to supply 15,000 megawatt hours of renewable energy certificates (RECs) to offset greenhouse gas emissions associated with the electricity used at the major NFL venues. These include Lucas Oil Stadium, site of Super Bowl XLVI, the Indiana Convention Center, site of the NFL Experience Football Theme Park, and all four of the major NFL hotels including the NFL Headquarters, the Super Bowl Media Center, and the AFC and NFC team hotels.

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Green Up Your Game

Ready to green up your own game and take steps to reduce your personal carbon footprint? Whether you’re traveling all the way to Indianapolis for Super Bowl XLVI or simply across town to watch the game with friends, you can take a page from the NFL and offset the environmental impact of your transportation, as well as your other day-to-day activities like consuming energy.  

Choose one of Green Mountain’s carbon offset products to support projects that reduce or avoid carbon emissions:

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