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Longhorn Lights Out

NEWS AND HIGHLIGHTS

LLO is Back!

LLO Poster for January

Our next Longhorn Lights Out event is Friday, January 30, 2015. Join us! Turn off lights and power down your electronic devices around your office, lab, or building when you leave for the day. Our goal is to turn off as many lights, appliances, and electronics as allowed so we can capture the energy savings over the weekend.

Want to participate? It's easy! You can even win cool stuff! Here's how:

STEP 1: Sign up for our mailing list here. We will send you an email reminder on the day of the event.

STEP 2: On the day of Longhorn Lights Out, Friday, January 30, turn off as many lights and electronic devices as you can.

STEP 3: Log what you turned off here. Fifty people who submit logs will be randomly selected to receive a cool Longhorn Lights Out t-shirt (limited to one per staff/faculty member).

Register today and participate on January 30! If you have any questions about Longhorn Lights Out or Campus Lights Out, contact the Energy Stewards.


Behind the Scenes of the Dark Side!

Click here to see what happens when the Dark Side surfaces on campuses for an evening of energy-saving activities!

 

RESULTS FROM PREVIOUS LLO:

LLO November 2014 results

Click here to get more details.

 

OUR VOLUNTEERS MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

The success of Longhorn Lights Out (LLO) requires the efforts of many people on our team. And that includes our amazing volunteers, whose commitment and enthusiasm is unmatched! Join your fellow Longhorns on the Dark Side and BE the difference at your campus! For more information on how to volunteer, click here.

LLO volunteers from September 2014

 

CONTACT US

We'd love to hear from you!

For details about the Longhorn Lights Out events or about our program, contact your Energy & Water Conservation team at energysteward@austin.utexas.edu or follow us on our Facebook page.

Group Photo of the Energy & Water Conservation Team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RESOURCES FOR ENERGY CONSERVATION AT WORK AND AT HOME