DALLAS —Eyeing a potential savings of nearly $12 million in energy costs over the next four years, the Army & Air Force Exchange Service is reducing its environmental footprint by going green, the military service said. “Energy optimization is smart business promising bottom-line results,” said AAFES spokesman Judd Anstey. —Eyeing a potential savings of nearly $12 million in energy costs over the next four years, the Army & Air Force Exchange ...

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