Among the financial rewards retailers can reap for implementing energy-saving initiatives are the substantial rebates available from utilities. Save Mart, Modesto, Calif., accrued $2 million in energy rebates last year from utilities that serve its nearly 250 stores operating in Northern California and northern Nevada, according to Ray Agah, the chain's vice president of engineering. This year, the retailer has accumulated close to $1 million in rebates, including $46,000 from the Modesto ...

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