Light Bulb Trade-In Event for Residents in New Mexico

October 27, 2016

Las Cruces, New Mexico - El Paso Electric (EPE) will offer New Mexico residential customers the opportunity to trade in their used incandescent light bulbs for free ENERGY STAR® LED bulbs. This incentive is part of the ENERGY STAR® Change the World Tour which aims at helping people conserve energy and protect the climate.

The trade-in event will take place this Friday, October 28, 2016 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm at the entrance to Walmart Supercenter, located at 1550 S. Valley Drive, Las Cruces, NM. Customers can bring up to four incandescent light bulbs, in any condition, to trade for up to four free A-lamp LED bulbs while supplies last. This offer is available to EPE New Mexico residential electric customers only.

In addition, EPE’s Energy Efficiency team members will be on hand to provide information on the difference between lumens vs. watts, choosing the lighting color temperature for a room, and other energy efficiency programs available.

Customers in New Mexico who may not be able to make the trade-in event are encouraged to visit a participating store for discounted LED and CFL light bulbs. Click here for a complete list of participating vendors. 

ENERGY STAR® LED light bulbs feature an 85% savings over old light bulbs and last up to 20 times longer. Other advantages include they emit very little heat and provide a direct light source, which help reduce lighting and cooling costs.

About the ENERGY STAR® Change the World Tour:

Everyone who uses an ENERGY STAR® certified LED is making a real difference in protecting the climate by reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and this month, they are also helping brighten the lives of those in need in their communities. As part of its involvement in the tour, vendor TCP has partnered with Walmart and El Paso Electric to Brighten a Life with ENERGY STAR® LED light bulbs. 

EPE's Energy Efficiency Programs:

Click here to learn more about EPE's Energy Efficiency Programs in New Mexico.

Click here to learn more about EPE's Energy Efficiency Programs in Texas.