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As we all start ramping up for the Patriots Giants Super Bowl in a few weeks I thought it would be a good time to look at a slightly different defensive play.  A play designed to block the offensive line of fossil fuels.  A play called, “Let’s install as much solar as we can at


Top 5 Solar Sports Stadiums

Going green and promoting sustainability is one of the top priorities in today’s world. When we talk about interiors and architecture, architects and interior designers from all around the world are designing highly engineered structures that combine various sustainable features. The new inventions haven’t spared the sports stadiums as well. Lately, we have witnessed eco-friendly


Qatar to Cool World Cup Stadiums with Solar

“Scorching desert rays to power air conditioning systems” sounds like an oxymoron. But that’s exactly what’s going to happen in five soccerstadiums in Qatar in 2022, when the country  will become the first Middle East country to ever host the World Cup. Qatar’s winning bid was announced today at a FIFA press conference in Zurich, Switzerland,

Qatar Proposes Solar Stadiums for World Cup 2022

South Africa left the world amazed with its hi-tech 2010 Quantumfootball stadium. While we enjoy the quadrennial gaming splendor, worldhas already set its eyes on World Cup 2022. Qatar has promised threestrikingly wonderful stadiums for the 2022 event in an apparent attemptto bolster its chances for hosting the event. The proposed soccerstadiums intend to import


Top 5 Solar Powered Sports Stadiums

Regardless of what country you live in, sports are a significantaspect of life; as such, enormous stadiums housing professional sportsteams can be found on every continent in the world. Usually these stadiums — with seating capacities upwards of 100,000people — are energy hogs.  There are some stadiums, though, that havejumped on the green building train

Solar Powered Sports Stadiums

Whether it’s touchdowns, goals or record-breaking sprints, energyefficiency — and solar lighting — is the name of the game in newer prosports stadiums around the world. More frequently, fans are rooting fortheir favorite squads in venues that won’t leave the environment on thelosing side. Light Emitting Diode (LED) panels, wind turbines and solar-poweredlights are becoming the norm; they’re a