Tesco illuminates energy savings with first fully LED store

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Retail giant expects to cut energy consumption by up to 30 per cent and may roll out technology to its 2,700 stores

Tesco will this week open the doors to the first of its Express supermarkets to feature a full-scale low-energy LED lighting deployment, a move the company said will yield a 30 per cent energy saving compared...

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