MCKINNEY, Texas -- In an experiment meant to test the limits of energy conservation in retail stores, Wal-Mart Stores opened its first environmentally focused supercenter here last week, projected to be 30% to 50% more energy-efficient than traditional Wal-Mart supercenters.
"This store will contain many of the best resource conservation and sustainable design technologies currently available to minimize the use of energy and natural resources," said Mike Duke, executive vice president, ...
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