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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN
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Lights turned off

Tons of carbon dioxide equivalent saved

Dollars saved in energy bills

Not in use? Turn off the juice!

iSEE’s Illini Lights Out (ILO) program demonstrates the immense energy-saving impact of simply turning off the lights when you leave a classroom, lab, or study space. On a few Friday nights each month, volunteers gather to form mini lights-out brigades and tour campus buildings recording how many lights are left on (and shutting off as many as they can, of course).

Join our team! Volunteering takes about an hour and a half, and there are always snacks afterward!

Thanks to a grant from the Student Sustainability Committee (SSC), ILO has multiple events you can take part in each semester!

Fall 2019 Dates

 

Sept. 13 

Sept. 27

Oct. 11

Oct. 25

Nov. 8

Dec. 6

 

About ILO

Illini Lights Out began as a one-off event organized by iSEE’s Energy Conservation and Building Standards SWATeam in Spring 2016 — at which students managed to turn out 1,500 lights in just 40 minutes — and expanded to a monthly happening during 2016-17 with the support of a grant from the Student Sustainability Committee (SSC).

Read more about the 2016-17 Illini Lights Out efforts.

Interested in a Lights Out event at your University? Check out our National Lights Out page for more information on how to create your Lights Out event.

Contact Us

Email: illinilights@gmail.com

Office phone: 217-333-4178