pub-cover-solar-guideSolar Electric Guide for Your Stadium or Arena

A guide to help professional and collegiate sports teams and venues develop successful on-site solar power generation

By Bonneville Environmental Foundation, the Green Sports Alliance and the Natural Resources Defense Council

More than 135 million adults and their families visit 130 professional sports stadiums each year2 to cheer on their team and experience the power of sport. Another 100 million visit nearly 700 major collegiate stadiums and arenas each year to do the same.

In this fully revised Second Edition, professional and collegiate sports teams and venues will find essential guidance to navigate your way through the steps to develop on-site solar power generation for your stadium or arena. Readers will find an accessible list of steps, relevant case studies and tips to succeed.

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search for relevant state financial incentives for your on-site solar electric project

We have identified, to the best of our knowledge, a working list of the most relevant state-level financial incentives for on-site solar electric systems for professional and collegiate sports stadiums and arenas. To generate a list of incentives relevant to your project, simply select your state below and click “show search results.” All results link to full descriptions on an external website. This searchable list will be updated on an annual basis. (Last updated 08/15/13).

 

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Disclaimer: This searchable list is not exhaustive, but is offered as an added value to our readers. Inclusion of a financial incentive program on this list in no way guarantees our reader’s qualification for this incentive. Each program name hyperlinks to an external website with further details on eligibility.