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Constellation NewEnergy has announced that it will secure renewable energy credits to match Gillette Stadium's electricity usage with wind power before, during and after all New England Patriots pre-season, regular and post-season home games in Foxborough, Mass.

As part of an existing five-year agreement with the New England Patriots that began in 2003 and was recently extended, Constellation NewEnergy will now secure wind power for the balance of the agreement.

Baltimore-based Constellation NewEnergy, a subsidiary of Constellation Energy, is a supplier of electricity, natural gas and energy-related services to commercial, industrial and institutional customers throughout North America.


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