How Super Bowl 58 is the first fully powered by renewable energy
The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the 49ers in Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas on Feb 11.
They became the seventh team in league history to win four Super Bowls.
This year, the Allegiant Stadium hosted a Super Bowl powered entirely by renewable energy.
This is a first in the history of the annual American football game.
The electricity was supplied by a solar farm of 621,000 panels and battery storage in the Nevada desert.
It is owned by the utility NV Energy and was developed by EDF Renewables.
Las Vegas Raiders have a 25-year deal with NV Energy to buy power for Allegiant Stadium.
The deal is part of a larger strategy to produce 50% of its energy from renewable sources by 2030.
The stadium's sustainability efforts also include waste management and energy-efficient systems.
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