Grocery Stores

Big Savings Without the Big Investment
Grocery stores in the United States use an average of 52 kWh per square foot annually. With an average size of 46,000 sq. feet and cost of $0.095/kWh, the typical U.S. grocery store pays about $227,000 a year for electricity alone.
A reduction of just 35% would yield $80,000 in savings. When combined with rebate opportunities, there is huge potential for very short payback periods. Contact us to find out how big your savings could be, and how little it can cost you.

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