MODESTO, Calif. - While many retailers are turning to sophisticated technology to monitor and control energy usage in stores, some are also trying to instill a culture of energy saving among employees. Ray Agah, director of engineering at Save Mart here, has been waging a campaign at the 125-store chain to educate store personnel about the need to pay attention to energy conservation. Agah, who presented his views at the Food Marketing Institute's Energy and Technical Services Conference ...

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