GILROY, Calif. -- Nob Hill Foods here cut energy costs at least 20% at its new store in Gilroy, primarily from more efficient refrigeration, lighting and high-velocity air-conditioning systems. A Nob Hill Foods store under construction in Redwood Shores, Calif., scheduled to open in November, will also contain the same energy-management systems as the 55,000-square-foot Gilroy store, which opened earlier this month. "We've always had control systems in the stores to save energy with ...

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