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BJ's Pairs Solar Power with Energy Storage

BJ's store imageThe projects could save BJ’s thousands of dollars per store per year, and provide a long-term hedge against rising demand rates.

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Connecticut CVS Awarded LEED Platinum Certification

CVS Health logo imageThe store uses 40 percent less energy and 50 percent less water compared to traditional stores of similar size.

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Home Depot, Staples and eBay Join New Data Center Energy Initiative

bbc logo imageAs part of the Better Buildings Challenge, these retailers join more than a dozen other organizations to improve data center energy efficiency.

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Shoppers Willing to Spend More on Responsibly Produced Food

Households are willing to pay an additional $37.30 per week, or 31 percent more, on food that is produced sustainably.

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Reckitt Benckiser Achieves Zero Manufacturing Waste in Key Facilities

RB brands imageMore than 60 percent of the company’s factories globally have achieved zero manufacturing waste to landfill since 2012.

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Whole Foods Market Launches Produce Rating System

WFM Responsibly Grown logo imageNew proprietary rating system focuses on transparency, and prohibits use of many hazardous neurotoxins on fresh fruit, vegetables and flowers.

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The Home Depot Named EPA Water Sense Retailer Partner of the Year

WaterSense 2014 logo imageIn 2013, The Home Depot’s online and in-store WaterSense labeled product inventory increased by 36 percent.

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Options and Trends in EV Charging at Retail

Options and Trends in EV Charging at Retail

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.

Source: Powerhouse Dynamics

Renewable Energy for Commercial Properties

Renewable Energy for Commercial Properties

Solar energy is a viable energy source for commercial and industrial buildings and the technology continues to evolve.

Source: Ecova

Key Themes Emerge at FMI Sustainability Summit

Key Themes Emerge at FMI Sustainability Summit

Areas of focus included making the business case for sustainability, leadership development and radical collaboration.

Source: Food Marketing Institute

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