Super Bowl XLI Will Use 100% Renewable Energy RECs

Super Bowl XLI and the NFL Experience Football Theme Park will both be 100% renewable energy events this year.

Using renewable energy certificates (RECs), Sterling Planet and the FPL Sunshine Energy program for business customers will provide Florida- generated renewable energy from solar and bioenergy sources in the name of Dolphin Stadium, the NFL and the South Florida Super Bowl XLI Host Committee. “The partnership between the NFL Environmental Program, Sterling Planet and FPL’s Sunshine Energy(R) program will leave a lasting legacy in Florida,” said Vinnie Fugere, Sterling Planet’s client manager for the NFL. “The NFL has taken a leadership role in bringing energy independence and environmental stewardship to the state.” Long after Super Bowl XLI, the commitment to clean, renewable energy at Dolphin Stadium will endure. The event precedes the launch of FPL’s Sunshine Energy program to business customers, who can begin enrollment April 1, 2007. Sunshine Energy will give FPL’s business customers an opportunity to purchase renewable energy on an ongoing basis. FPL will earmark proceeds from the program for the creation of new, renewable energy resources within Florida.
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