HAUPPAUGE, N.Y. -- A renovated Waldbaum's store in this Long Island suburb is the first supermarket in the U.S. to use a combined heat and power system (CHP) that will not only generate electricity, but also help dehumidify and heat the 57,000-square-foot store. The CHP uses a 60-kilowatt, natural gas-fueled power and heat generator called a microturbine, which is about the size of a home refrigerator. Manufactured by Capstone Turbine Corp., Chatsworth, Calif., the rooftop-mounted ...

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