Highland Park Market is pleased to announce the successful implementation of an innovative and turnkey energy savings solution at one of their retail locations.
SUFFIELD, CT, October 5 – Highland Park Market and energy solutions partner, JouleSmart, are pleased to announce a ribbon-cutting event to celebrate the successful implementation of an innovative and turnkey energy savings solution at one of their retail locations. The public is invited to tour the store and meet the staff at 68 Bridge Street in Suffield on October 5th with the ribbon-cutting to commence at 9 A.M.
“Energy conservation matters to Highland Park Market, our employees, customers, environment and our economy. We are thrilled that our “brain” is set to go and we look forward to a brighter future and more energy efficient store” said Timothy Devanney, owner of Highland Park Markets.
Highland Park Vice President of Public Relations, Molly Devanney, as well as a representative from Clean Energy Communities will be on hand to describe the project and its impact on community energy savings objectives. Guests will learn how JouleSmart was able to improve comfort, sustainability and energy efficiency with no out of pocket costs for Highland Park Market.
Highland Park Market is a family owned and operated chain of grocery stores serving communities in Central Connecticut. Operating for more than a century, Highland Park Market has a strong commitment to the communities it serves, staying at the forefront of operational advancement and the sustainable management of resources.