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Rebates amp up ROI on supermarkets’ energy-saving projects

Rebates amp up ROI on supermarkets’ energy-saving projects

Grocers can get money back to offset the price of many cost-cutting improvements. Sponsored by Hillphoenix.

Supermarkets lead the pack for power consumption — outpacing even hospitals for energy use per square foot, according to U.S. Department of Energy metrics. And the demand for energy in the aisles is only growing.

Grocers are maximizing lighting to create compelling displays and in-store destination

centers. And they’re also devoting more store space to refrigerated and frozen food cases to accommodate consumers’ increasing interest in fresh and high-quality frozen food

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