Lights Dim at Retail Stores in California

February 2001
Chain Store Age;Feb2001, Vol. 77 Issue 2, p96
Trade Publication
Provides information on the effect of the electric power crisis in California on the state's retail trade. Conservation methods adopted by Home Depot; Advice to retailers. INSET: Real-Time Pricing Can Cut Energy Bills, Survey Says.


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