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Lidl Receives ISO Recognition For Sustainable Energy Management

February 11, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Germany-based discount retailer Lidl said it has received an ISO 50001 certification for sustainable energy management. Covering Lidl’s 3,200 stores, the certification makes the company the largest food and retail chain in the country to receive such recognition. According to the company, a crucial part of its energy management is the use of a building control system, a software designed to help the company analyze store power consumption for irregularities and determine potential savings.
"Lidl presented with ISO 50001 certification for sustainable energy management ", International Supermarket News, February 11, 2016, © Retail Magazine
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