Listen: This Year’s Big Game Is Also A Milestone For Energy Efficient Stadiums


The venue for Super Bowl 52 is turning heads with its thoughtful design and energy efficiency. Besides its stilling looks, the new US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, is among the most energy efficient building in the United States. It’s design is build to withstand the harsh Minnesota winters and provide guests with an enjoyable viewing experience.

Allen Hershkowitz, chairman of Sport and Sustainability International said, “The U.S. Bank venue’s commitment to 100 percent renewable energy credits, combined with its ambitious zero waste goals, and the region’s intelligent mass transit infrastructure, position this event to be among the most carbon intelligent Super Bowls ever.” Superbowl Sunday won’t just be a historic moment for the NFL but also a milestone in the future of energy efficient design.

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