QUINCY, Mass. — Stop & Shop here, through a partnership with Bluestone Energy Services, Norwell, Mass., has substantially reduced energy consumption in hundreds of store locations and warehouses while receiving over $4 million in utility incentives. The chain’s energy projects included installing electronically-commutated motors (ECMs) and replacing lighting fixtures with energy-efficient LEDs in both grocery stores and distribution warehouses. At Stop & Shop stores ...
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