The supermarket industry is among the biggest retail users of power in the United States. As such, it’s also among the largest supporters of clean energy. Retailers have installed solar panels, air curtains, LED lighting and a host of other systems in an effort to reduce costs and the impact stores have on the environment. Unfortunately, recent events have politicized the green power sector. Last autumn, solar panel manufacturer Solyndra went bankrupt, despite $500 million in ...

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