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Lowe’s launches Energy Centers


Mooresville, N.C.-based Lowe’s has announced the launch of Energy Centers in 21 of its California stores.

The Energy Centers are designed to be one-stop destinations to help customers create an energy plan that fits their budgets.


The center includes a touch-screen kiosk to help customers evaluate energy needs, while the center itself features products to meet those needs based on three criteria: Measure, reduce and generate -- measure their energy use and loss, reduce energy consumption and generate their own energy, if possible.


“Homeowners are paying more attention than ever to their utility bills, and the first step to saving energy is tracking where it’s going,” said Nick Canter, Lowe’s executive vice president of merchandising. “By providing monitoring tools to help customers know their numbers, Lowe’s is helping them find the money-saving solution that’s right for them.”

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