Sports Giant AEG Is Cutting Emissions at Arenas

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Sports Giant AEG Is Cutting Emissions at Arenas

Venues like the Barclays Center and Staples Center are saving energy and water.
AEG’s STAPLES Center in downtown Los Angeles features rooftop solar panels that can generate up to a fifth of the arena’s power.

AEG’s STAPLES Center in downtown Los Angeles features rooftop solar panels that can generate up to a fifth of the arena’s power.

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Summary

AEG’s Vice President of Energy and Environment John Marler discusses how AEG is working toward its environmental goal of reducing emissions and furthering its sustainability practices throughout the company’s facilities, venues and team operations.

Monday, October 30, 2017 - 7:00pm

CAMPAIGN: AEG’s Commitment to Sustainable Operations

CONTENT: Article

By Eileen Mignoni

AEG stadiums now include sustainability features ranging from on-site gardens to major energy-saving programs. The Staples Center in L.A. can generate up to a fifth of its power from rooftop solar panels. And the Barclays Center in Brooklyn has a huge green roof that reduces heat absorption on hot days. Marler says it’s about more than the energy saved.

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Keywords: Environment | AEG | AEG 1EARTH | Barclays Center | Energy | Green Infrastructure | Innovation & Technology | STAPLES Center | Sustainable Development Goals | Waste Reduction | Water Conservation

CAMPAIGN: AEG’s Commitment to Sustainable Operations

CONTENT: Article