Hara to help Safeway ring up its totals

April 2010
Sustainable Industries;Apr2010, Issue 86, p43
This section offers news briefs related to the use of technology in sustainable industries as of April 2010. Safeway Inc. has been added to the list of clients of Hara, a business focused on energy and carbon management software. Funding was received by Adura Technologies from several companies including Claremont Creek Ventures, VantagePoint Venture Partners, and NGEN Partners. An initiative was launched by Intel in February which aims to increase employment rate.


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