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The ad was the single most expensive television spot of API’s recent campaign promoting the Keystone XL pipeline and other industry priorities
The National Football League has sought to gradually reduce the footprint left behind by the Big Game, and the league is taking steps to make the Feb. 2 Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium the most environmentally friendly yet, from planting trees to offset carbon emissions to composting food waste to using biodiesel to power generators.
Power failures have plagued at least four high-profile sports games including the Super Bowl since 2010, dimming the glow of good feelings such events are supposed to generate for their host cities.
Entergy is still investigating the cause of the “abnormality” that triggered a power outage at the Superdome during the Super Bowl on Sunday. What do you think was behind the blackout?
As New Orleans prepares to host Super Bowl XLVII this weekend, NRG also will celebrate efforts to bring sustainable energy both to New Orleans and to football stadiums around the country.