Most retailers are looking to add dollars to the bottom line by reducing energy expenses. Armed with increased opportunities to cut costs in the deregulated energy marketplace, improve energy management via new software tools, and implement enhanced lighting and refrigeration systems, many companies are already experiencing significant savings. Some retailers, like Lamb's Thriftway Marketplace, Portland, Ore., are spending big to save big, and are developing new energy-management systems ...

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