CINCINNATI — The Kroger Co. has reduced in-store energy consumption by 30% since 2000, enough to power every single-family home in Fort Worth, Texas, for one year, according to the company’s fifth annual Sustainability Report, released Tuesday. In other findings, Kroger: • Saved more than 2.2 billion kilowatt hours, including all facilities, which equals 1.41 million metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions. • Completed its first wind energy project. Two wind turbines installed at Turkey ...

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