BOISE, Idaho -- Albertson's here has experienced a significant dollar savings in the deregulated California energy market, and the retailer recently renewed its energy-services contract with a third-party energy provider for 149 of its California stores. The agreement comes a little more than a year after energy deregulation hit the Golden State and the retailer initialed its inaugural agreement with APS Energy, Phoenix. The new contract, which calls for the third party to provide the ...

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