HARTFORD, Conn. — Connecticut Retail Merchants Association here has launched a “Lean & Green” program to help retailers cut energy costs. Participants receive a comprehensive, no-cost energy assessment that details all possible electric energy efficiency measures, any costs, estimated savings, as well as available program incentives and financing options. Retailers would then be able to leverage opportunities in the Connecticut Energy Efficiency Program, which provides financial ...
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