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The Wynn Las Vegas hotel, casino, resort and country club demonstrates its commitment to the environment by marking a milestone in the adoption of renewable energy as an energy source for its facilities. And is that last year, in 2018, they joined the Green Power Association of the United States Environmental Protection Agency. It is a union where all the companies that make it up adopt, innovate and produce green energy to sustain their activities, all on a voluntary basis.

Wynn Las Vegas Casino is famous for its 10,200 mof them expansion, where you can find a large number of slots, poker and blackjack tables, and roulettes for Play live. As you can imagine, this gigantic facility consumes a lot of energy and, along with the other casinos and venues in Las Vegas, it has a huge environmental impact. This initiative was born to reduce this effect.

Erik Hansen, Director of Sustainability at Wynn Resorts, said: “This is only part of the initiatives we are leading. Our strategy also includes reducing energy costs by saving electricity at key points; develop online slots for players to play free or gambling like in a traditional casino, but all from home, which will help reduce the energy quotas used; and in addition, we are already using renewable energies to set our tourist complex in motion ”.

Currently, there is a current in Las Vegas, and around the world, of environmental awareness and care. Initiatives like these are only part of all the work that is being done to reduce the damage to planet Earth caused by our activities.

Some of the actions taken by the Wynn Group include the inauguration of the Wynn Solar Power Plant, a complex entirely designed to produce solar energy with an area of ​​650,000 mof them. Solar energy is one of the most widely used and efficient alternatives to replace the usual sources of electricity, with great potential.

Thanks to this, combined with 9600 mof them of rooftop solar panels, Wynn Las Vegas produces and uses over 40 million kilowatt-hours of green, renewable energy annually. This amount satisfies 25% of the station’s total demand.