The Boston Red Sox have unveiled solar hot water panels on the roof at Fenway Park. The energy generated by the panels will replace more than one third of the gas used for the process of heating water at the park. Fenway's average daily water heating load is approximately 3.1 million BTU. The maximum daily solar panel thermal energy production will be approximately 1.1 million BTU, 37% of the current load.

"The Red Sox have a duty and responsibility to help protect and preserve the environment and to help keep the Fenway neighborhood clean and green. The installation of solar thermal panels is the next step in our commitment to endeavor to make America's Most Beloved Ballpark one of America's greenest ballparks." -- Larry Lucchino, President and CEO, The Boston Red Sox