SCARBOROUGH, Maine -- Through the use of power conditioners, Hannaford Bros. here has significantly reduced its electricity costs and protected its stores' data and computer systems in the event of power spikes. The system proved valuable during the heat wave that hit the Northeast earlier this month, sending out an alert that the power going to the store systems was not adequate to run the computers, enabling the systems to be safely shut down without data loss or damage to the computers. ...

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