Tesco Looks At Its Energy Consumption

Tesco Looks At Its Energy Consumption
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British retailer Tesco has announced that plans to reduce heavily its energy usage in the UK after confirming plans to invest £100 million in researching green alternatives, the Times reports....

Guy Brighton
  • 26 april 2006

British retailer Tesco has announced that plans to reduce heavily its energy usage in the UK after confirming plans to invest £100 million in researching green alternatives, the Times reports.

Tesco is testing two energyefficient stores — the second of which is 34 per cent more efficient than a typical supermarket — and is also planning to instal more wind turbines on stores and distribution depots as well as using solar power.

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