Energy costs of heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems may pale in comparison to dollars spent on refrigeration, the in-store "energy hog," but efforts to maximize efficiency are no less aggressive. Although HVAC systems represent less than 20% of a store's total power consumption, energy management executives recognize the rewards of upgrading and modifying equipment to enhance performance and save energy dollars. Utility company rebates sweeten the deal and motivate retailers ...
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