DRESDEN, Germany (FNS) -- J. Sainsbury plc and its Shaw's Supermarkets subsidiary in East Bridgewater, Mass., are rolling out an energy-monitoring system design to identify and correct wasteful energy practices. Sainsbury has installed the technology in 300 of its 365 food stores in the United Kingdom and Shaw's will begin installing it in six stores over the next few months, said Ian Williamson, Sainsbury's building services engineering manager. The company also plans to install ...

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