Arsenal plans to use clean energy produced from wasted food and solar panels to electrify its stadium.

The club already made the first move by signing a contract with Octopus Energy to source energy from anaerobic digestion plants and solar farms.

The value of the contract hasn’t been disclosed yet.

To achieve this fit, wasted food from the club will be sent to the AD plants that break down organic waste to create biogas and electricity.

This will help the club offset carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels.

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