GARWOOD, N.J. — Wakefern Food Corp., a wholesale cooperative whose members operate ShopRite supermarkets, announced the installation of a solar power system at its ShopRite store here. The renovation consists of the mounting of 1,024 solar panels – each fixed to the roof of the store – that will produce approximately 303,000 kilowatt hours of electricity annually to power in-store refrigeration and lighting. The new solar panel system is expected to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 200 ...

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