BUENA PARK, Calif. -- The southern California division of Lucky Stores here has earned $112,000 in incentive credits from Southern California Edison for installing energy-saving equipment in 29 supermarkets. The credits are the result of an effort by Lucky to upgrade and install energy-saving equipment, including energy management systems and variable-speed drives that allow the retailer to operate all its refrigerated cases, heating, air conditioning and motors at optimum efficiency. As a ...

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