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7-Eleven to Open 100 New Eco-Stores in Japan

By the end of February, 7-Eleven will open 100 eco-friendly stores in Japan, with 100 more coming before the end of the year.Additionally, 100 existing units will be converted to renewable solar power and feature electric-vehicle chargers, according to a New York Times report. The store retrofits wi Read More...

Kroger SW Pledges to Reduced Energy Use by 50 Percent

Over the next five years, Kroger Southwest pledges to lower energy usage by 50 percent – an average decrease of 2 to 4 percent annually.Since 2000, the Kroger division, which operates 208 stores in Texas and Louisiana, has reduced energy consumption in its stores by 30 percent."We're always lo Read More...

Rite Aid Stores Earn Energy Star Recognition

Three Rite Aid stores – one each in Connecticut, New Hampshire and Rhode Island – were awarded Energy Star certification for superior energy performance by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).Each store is 25 percent more energy efficient since undergoing an energy-reducing ov Read More...

Sears Canada Switches Out Inefficient Lights

Sears Canada is switching out inefficient lighting on a mass scale, replacing more than 130,000 incandescent spotlights with energy-saving LED (light-emitting diode) lighting in all Sears Home and full-line stores across the country.The switch is expected to reduce the company’s electricity us Read More...

New Walmart Store Features All-LED Lighting

Walmart opened three new Neighborhood Markets in Witchita, Kan., one of which features 100 percent interior LED lighting, a first for Walmart.The retailer expects to see a 40 percent savings on the energy-efficient lights, which also last at least six years beyond conventional lighting, reducing mai Read More...

Tesco Opens Its First All-LED Store

Tesco has opened its first all-LED store in Loughborough, England, yet another initiative by the U.K.'s largest retailer to reduce carbon emissions and energy consumption.All external signage at the new store, as well as lighting on the sales floor and in staff areas is made up of energy-efficient L Read More...

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