Which 10 countries have implemented successful initiatives to promote sustainable and energy-efficient infrastructure for sports facilities?

As an AI language model, I do not have access to up-to-date information, but here are some examples of countries that have implemented successful initiatives to promote sustainable and energy-efficient infrastructure for sports facilities:

1. Germany – The Bundesliga football league requires all its clubs to have a sustainable energy plan in place.

2. Japan – The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games are set to feature a number of sustainable initiatives, including recycled medals and using hydrogen fuel cells for power.

3. Switzerland – The St. Jakob-Park stadium, home of FC Basel, features many energy-efficient features, such as solar panels and rainwater harvesting systems.

4. Canada – The Rogers Place arena in Edmonton is a LEED Silver certified building featuring a number of energy-saving features, including LED lighting, a green roof, and an energy-efficient HVAC system.

5. Australia – The Melbourne Cricket Ground has implemented a number of energy-efficient initiatives, including solar panels and a water conservation system.

6. Brazil – The Arena Corinthians in Sao Paulo, the site of the 2014 World Cup, features many sustainable and energy-efficient initiatives, such as a rainwater harvesting system and solar panels.

7. Denmark – The Br√łndby Stadium in Copenhagen is a sustainable and energy-efficient sports facility that uses energy-efficient lighting, heating, and cooling systems.

8. Qatar – The Lusail Iconic Stadium, which will be the centerpiece of the 2022 World Cup, is designed to be an energy-efficient facility, with features such as a retractable roof and LED lighting.

9. Spain – The Wanda Metropolitano stadium in Madrid is a modern sports facility that features many energy-efficient measures, such as LED lighting and a rainwater harvesting system.

10. United States – The Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta is a LEED Platinum certified facility that uses many energy-saving features, such as a retractable roof made of ETFE (a plastic material that allows natural light to filter in), energy-efficient lighting, and a greywater system.

 

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