As part of the Red Sox's ongoing efforts to make Fenway Park more environmentally friendly, the club announced that 100 percent of the ballpark's electricity consumption for the next two years will be offset with Green-e certified renewable energy certificates (RECs) through the club's electricity supply partner, Engie. The arrangement with Engie was finalized in late 2017 making the Red Sox one of four Major League teams to offset their ballpark energy consumption by purchasing RECs. Offsetting two years' worth of Fenway Park's electricity consumption is equivalent to a total of 29,740 RECs. That's similar to displacing the estimated annual greenhouse gas emissions of 4,749 passenger vehicles driven for two years, the impact of 7,712 tons of waste diverted from landfills, or the carbon dioxide emissions from the total energy usage of 2,390 households for two years.
RED SOX OFFSET 100 PERCENT OF FENWAY PARK'S ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION WITH RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES
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