BENTONVILLE, Ark. -- Wal-Mart Stores here will open a supercenter this fall that will yield more than $100,000 in annual energy savings. onditioning and refrigeration costs. The store is expected to be 30% more efficient than the average Wal-Mart, store officials said. Refrigeration costs will be reduced $14,000 annually by locating compressor racks closer to the cases for minimum coolant use, while using loop piping for reduced leakage. Wal-Mart said all refrigerants used in the store ...

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