QUINCY, Mass. — Stop & Shop here is participating in a program that reduces its energy usage at 415 stores — all of its more than 360 stores, as well as some at sister Ahold division Giant Food, Landover, Md. — during times of peak energy demand such as are experienced during the summer months. Under the program, managed by Enernoc, Boston, “non-essential lighting” over the sales floor is turned off during daylight hours to help prevent brownouts or blackouts in neighboring communities, ...

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