Sainsbury's slashes lighting costs with 'world-first' LED rollout

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Retailer becomes the first supermarket to deploy GE’s new LED lighting system, promising energy savings of 59 per cent

Sainsbury's has given its green credentials another polish this week, with the announcement that its new store in Leek, Staffordshire will feature an LED lighting system that promises to slash energy use...

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