With scarcely a toot of its own horn, the supermarket industry has taken a leadership role in the race for energy efficiency and greener commercial buildings. Store equipment manufacturers are working hard to keep pace. To date, more than 1,100 U.S. supermarkets have earned the Environmental Protection Agency's “Energy Star” rating, representing more than 35% of all Energy Star-labeled buildings in the country, according to Enesta Jones, an EPA press officer. In addition, more than 3,550 ...

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