LONDON -- Tesco here is launching an energy-efficiency program at 585 of the chain's 700 stores in the United Kingdom. The project has the potential to cut energy consumption by as much as 10%, according to John Ashford, head of engineering for the chain. The chain has signed an agreement with Emerson Climate Technologies, Atlanta. The retail services arm of Emerson will be providing Tesco with Internet-based, energy- and equipment-monitoring technology to profile the stores' refrigeration; ...

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