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Weber State University’s sustainability team and partners empowered Northern Utah residents, providing 6,500 LEDs to cut utility costs, and reduce pollution.

The program concluded ahead of schedule, due to the high demand for bulbs. If you would like to be informed of future community programs and Weber State sustainability news, sign up for updates

Over 480 community members exchanged 6,500 incandescent and CFL bulbs for new, energy-efficient LED light bulbs, at no-cost. Collectively this will reduce utility costs by approximately $40,000 annually.

Bulb Exchange Locations Included

WSU Community Education Center

Address: 2605 Monroe Blvd. Ogden, UT. 84401
Days: Program has been closed

Weber County Library – Main

Address: 2464 Jefferson Ave. Ogden, UT 84401
Days: Program has been closed


Upgrading to LED bulbs is easy

  1. Purchase new LED replacement bulbs
  2. Unscrew your inefficient incandescent or CFL bulbs.
  3. Install your new bulbs, and start saving money!

Higher energy efficiency means less electricity pulled from the grid – which means less emissions from coal-fired power plants! This results in better air quality and a healthier climate.

LED bulbs use nearly 90% less energy than traditional incandescent bulbs and 15% less than CFL bulbs, while providing the same amount of light. Unlike CFL bulbs, LED bulbs contain no mercury. Upgrading light fixtures that are used often with LED light bulbs can save residents up to $12 a year, per bulb. 

More Energy Savings

Homeowners and renters can improve the efficiency of their homes. Check out the home energy check list for a quick guide to cutting utility bills and increasing the comfort of your home. Renters can also use the Utah's Renter's Energy Efficiency Guide for easy efficiency tips and guidence. This guide is good for homeowners too!

Committed to Our Community

Weber State University is committed to offering our community sustainability programs focused on improving the lives of residents and ensuring a livable, healthy climate for current and future generations. To learn more about our community programs visit our community page.

Thanks to these supporters for making this program possible!