Businesses seeing value of efficiency

WAL-MART has been making its stores more energy-efficient to improve its bottom line. Above, a store in Kansas City, Mo., where the cases have LED lighting. /
WAL-MART has been making its stores more energy-efficient to improve its bottom line. Above, a store in Kansas City, Mo., where the cases have LED lighting. /
Until recently, energy efficiency was seen by many industry leaders as an expensive proposition that may benefit the environment but might not benefit the bottom line. But as energy prices continue to break records and global warming continues to dominate headlines, views on energy efficiency have changed radically. Today, investing in energy efficiency gives businesses…

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