In a report for the Associated Press, a sports energy consultant said the average price of a football stadium’s electrical systems was about $1.6 million, and about $3 million of that goes for the equipment, which is then installed in a stadium.

“A large part of the value of these electric systems is the equipment that is installed on the field and that the fans wear,” said the consultant, Robert E. Smith, a former NFL football player who now works as an analyst for ESPN.

The value of the equipment is not reflected in the stadium’s $200,000 or $300,000 stadium security fund.

Smith said the NFL sold about $5.5 million worth of electric equipment in the 2014 season.

That included $1 million worth for the helmets and helmets’ cooling systems, Smith said.

In a similar report for Sporting News, the consultant noted that the average annual electricity bill for NFL stadiums is $3.5 billion, and $4.2 billion of that is for the stadiums themselves.

The cost of the football stadiums’ electricity is much higher.

The average annual cost for the average NFL stadium is $1 billion.

When it comes to electric systems, the NFL is not alone in its high electricity costs.

An NFL spokesperson said it has not had a financial impact on the NFL from the stadium security costs.

The NFL is also not obligated to provide a breakdown of its electrical system costs.

A spokeswoman for the New Jersey Division of Energy and Environment said the state is the largest user of the energy in New Jersey and has more than 200,000 electric power plants, most of which use natural gas.

But a report by the state’s energy department in 2014 found that the energy sector has grown rapidly since 2010, as the economy has grown.

The growth in the energy industry is primarily driven by increased demand for electricity, according to the report.

The energy sector accounts for about a third of New Jersey’s total energy demand, according the report, and it’s growing at an annual rate of about 10 percent.

In addition to the stadium electrical systems, most NFL stadiums have gas tanks, water heaters, hot water, toilets, water treatment plants, and other utilities.