EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — As it continues to open stores at a rapid pace, Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market here is rolling out or testing a wide range of energy-saving, environmentally friendly store equipment — from refrigerated case doors, LED lighting and microchannel/hybrid condensers to solar panels, microturbines and fuel cells. Many of these technologies are relatively rare for supermarket operators. But Tesco-owned Fresh & Easy, which operates about 176 stores in ...

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