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Super Bowl to Use 100% Green Power

January 2008 - Salt River Project (SRP) announced that it will provide green power for 100% of the electricity needs of Super Bowl XLII. Under the agreement, SRP will supply renewable energy for the game at the University of Phoenix Stadium as well as the NFL Experience Football Theme Park. In addition, the Fox Broadcasting Company, which will broadcast the game, will purchase renewable energy for two hotels where the network will be hosting individuals participating in the event.

The National Football League and the Arizona Super Bowl XLII Host Committee also announced that they are working with local, state and national partners to plant trees on 96 acres of land devastated by recent wild fires in an effort to green the event.

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