QUINCY, Mass. -- Stop & Shop here has opened a 60,000-square-foot "low-energy" store in Foxboro, Mass., that it anticipates will become a prototype for the chain. The store was designed with the intent of putting a significant dent in utility bills, officials said. "Utility costs, especially in the Northeast, continue to rise and our bills are outrageous," said Steve Krupski, senior vice president of construction and engineering for the chain. "We are looking to gain some control of ...

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