Gallery: The 7 Most Energy-Efficient Baseball Stadiums in the U.S.

Photo: AT&T Park. Credit: @2012 S.F. Giants.

4. AT&T Park: San Francisco Giants

In 2010 – a decade after the stadium opened – AT&T Park obtained LEED Silver certification for existing buildings thanks to a stadium-wide retrofit. The lighting improvements alone included the replacement of incandescent lights with CFLs ballpark-wide; installation of motion-sensor lighting; replacement of concourse signage lighting with an infrared-type, high-output lamp controlled by a low-output ballast and conversion of the 18 home batting cage sports lights to LEDs. In addition the park upgraded to a high-definition scoreboard that is 80% more efficient than its predecessor and made extra energy savings by installing strip curtains in all walk-in refrigerators.

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