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News and analysis on energy conservation and management, including HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning), in retail stores.

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Stop & Shop deploys new solution to protect stores during power outages

Stop & Shop is deploying fuel cell technology that will reduce its environmental footprint while keeping stores open even during a power outage. 

Sally Beauty

Sally Beauty prepares for a green New Year

A leading specialty beauty retailer is putting environmental consciousness on its list of New Year’s resolutions.

Ralph Lauren storefront

Ralph Lauren Corp. is going green. The company announced  a series of sustainability pledges, including a commitment to power all of its globally owned and operated stores,  distribution centers and and offices with 100% renewable electricity by 2025.

An e-tail giant is investing in solar farms in Illinois, Virginia, and Spain. Amazon’s newest renewable energy solar projects in the U.S. will be located in Lee County, Illinois and in northern Virginia.

target solar panels

Target Corp. is celebrating a sustainability milestone.

Ikea

Ikea is preparing for an omnichannel future that will blend digital and physical customer interactions.

REI employees

REI will once again shut down its operations on Black Friday. But the co-op is framing the action as part of a much wider effort.

A fast-food giant is adding renewable energy to the grid.

walmart sign

Walmart is expanding its sourcing from wind energy projects in two different energy markets.

Amazon is investing in solar and wind farms in the U.S. and U.K.

Kohl’s unveiled a number of initiatives focused on long-term sustainability.

Starbucks Corp. is sourcing more of its green energy locally.

The Kroger Co. continues to invest in solar energy.

Gap Inc. has entered into one of the largest offsite renewable energy contracts by an apparel retailer to date — one that addresses the specific needs of its leased sites.

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