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Sainsbury's looks at renewables

Supermarket giant Sainsbury's is looking at ways to source 10% of its electricity from renewables. It has commissioned environmental think tank Forum for the Future and consultants Energy for Sustainable Development to investigate cost-effective options to allow the switch. The company already has wind turbines at a distribution depot in Scotland and at its energy efficient Greenwich store (ENDS Report 309, p 32 ). It has also embarked on a programme of installing small-scale combined heat and power plants at some stores.

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