Green Retail Decisions Feature
The retailer’s investment in fuel cell technology reflects its goal of becoming energy independent by 2020, and complements other Ikea renewable programs in the U.S.
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Retailers who offer take-back programs for consumers to dispose of end-of-life (EOL) material and products, have much to gain with recycling decisions.Learn more »
Retailers that integrate a device-level energy management system with their existing Building Management System can realize substantial energy savings.
Source: Panoramic Powe
How a national movie theater chain saves $20,000-plus in monthly energy costs making savvy use of ticket sales and occupancy data.
Source: Phoenix Energy Technologies
Approximately 150,000 EVs are sold annually and those numbers will increase as new models are introduced, yet there are only 6,000 public charging stations in the United States. Savvy retailers should take notice.
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