Georgia Power and the Office of Sustainability team up to give out energy saving, compact florescent light bulbs on campus
Many USU students do not pay their energy bills, but they are using energy. USU's energy consumption contributes to the Cache Valley's air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. Students participating in Energy Wars practice habits that improve air quality and will save the university money now and students money when they are paying their own energy bills.
In 2014-15, a team of student Eco Facilitators successfully piloted communal drying racks in one dorm.
In Fall 2013, Wesleyan began purchasing B20 bioheat (80% #2 oil, 20% recycled cooking oil) from Portland-based Hale Hill Biofuels for campus buildings run on oil.
Wesleyan adopted an Energy Conservation Policy in 2014. This policy establishes temperature ranges in all campus buildings to conserve energy while promoting comfort.