Solar-powered Super Bowl – an annotated infographic

The 50th US Super Bowl promises to be the most sustainable in the sporting event’s 50-year history, thanks to the 68,500-seat Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, home of the San Francisco 49ers, and this year’s Super Bowl host.

With 1,150 solar panels and a 27,000 square foot ‘green’ roof, Levi’s stadium is the first NFL stadium to achieve a LEED Gold certification in sustainability, and produces sufficient power to ensure that this year’s Super Bowl will be a net-zero energy game

Picture this – a golden anniversary, in the golden state, powered in part by golden rays of sunshine.

Having trouble? Check out this handy infographic.

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