MONTREAL -- A&P's installation of a co-generation electrical, heating and cooling system at a store in Mount Kisco, N.Y., is expected to save the retailer $129,000 in energy costs annually, according to Jim Kirk, director of engineering, A&P, Montvale, N.J. Kirk shared details about the system during a session at Food Marketing Institute's Energy and Technical Services conference, held here Sept. 18 to 21. The system, the PureComfort 240M, was developed by UTC Power, South Windsor, ...

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