Like many supermarkets, Price Chopper/Market 32’s outdated systems and long run-hours left them with high utility bills and old equipment. The supermarket chain chose three efficiency measures as part of this project, including LED lighting, fan motors and demand ventilation control in different parts of each store.
In North America, the advent of spring brings change in the form of more sun, less snow, and maybe the chance to put on a pair of shorts occasionally. This change can be far less welcoming as far as your pavement assets are concerned.
Over the past 15 years, local, state and federal solar incentives have provided financial fuel for businesses to initiate and expand their renewable portfolios. These incentives come in the form of tax credits, rebates, renewable energy credits, and the ability to accelerate the depreciation of these assets.