Invenergy to make Las Vegas greener

Soon the neon lights atop 13 Las Vegas hotels will be powered by a new solar farm.

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Green is not usually a colour backed in Las Vegas, partly because the one green section on the roulette wheel means zero, though that now looks poised to change.

US hotel company MGM Resorts, which owns 13 hotels in Las Vegas, has signed a deal with Invenergy for a 100 MW solar farm.

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