LAS VEGAS — Wal-Mart Stores, Bentonville, Ark., this week opened a second-generation, high-efficiency (HE.2) supercenter here that is designed to use 25% less energy than a conventional supercenter and reduces the carbon footprint by 75%. This is one of five such supercenters Wal-Mart is opening around the U.S. The store includes a medium-temperature secondary loop refrigeration system from Hill Phoenix, Conyers, Ga., that reduces refrigerant charge in this store by 90% compared to a ...

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