BOISE, Idaho -- Albertson's said last week it plans to expand its energy conservation program to all of its 2,514 stores. Albertson's had implemented the conservation efforts, which include dimming lights, adjusting thermostats and limiting equipment use, in stores in the seven Western states. Buoyed by the success of the conservation program, the food retailer decided to expand its efforts. Moreover, at the same time, the federal government last week also announced that it was expanding ...
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