SCARBOROUGH, Maine -- Hannaford Bros. here recently signed a seven-year contract, totaling more than $300 million, with an energy asset management company to cut costs and streamline usage. Under the new contract, Evantage, Glen Allen, Va., a division of Virginia Power, a subsidiary of Dominion Resources, Richmond, Va., is providing Hannaford's 142 grocery stores with natural gas, propane and electricity at a guaranteed price. Bills for these services now go directly to Evantage, ...
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