US supermarket chain aims for 100% renewable power by 2024

The Hannaford supermarket chain has announced its aim to become fully powered by renewable energy by 2024. Hannaford has already taken certain measures to reduce its energy consumption. In this regard, it has installed LED lights, night shades, doors on cases, state-of-the-art refrigeration systems as well as rooftop solar on 10 stores. The supermarket chain currently uses 30 per cent renewable energy for its operations and has tied up with 30 community solar projects across Maine, Massachusetts and New York.

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