COMPTON, Calif. -- By utilizing a host of energy efficient technologies in concert, Ralphs Grocery Co. here is seeking to significantly reduce energy costs at its new Temecula, Calif., supermarket. The retailer will monitor both costs and energy usage to provide a benchmark for its other stores. The latest energy-efficient equipment for refrigeration, lighting, heating and air conditioning were installed in the new facility, according to a source familiar with the situation. "We got a lot ...
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