LG Makes a Difference for Earth Hour 2014

LG Makes a Difference for Earth Hour 2014

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LG Electronics Times Square Billboard in NYC lit up on an average night

LG Electronics powers off its Times Square Billboard in NYC as part of Earth Hour on Saturday, March 29

Monday, March 31, 2014 - 2:20pm

CAMPAIGN: LG Energy Efficiency


On March 29, LG Electronics joined organizations and individuals around the world in switching off its non-essential lights for “Earth Hour” to celebrate our collective commitment to the planet and to help increase environmental awareness.  For an hour on Saturday night, the company powered off its Twin Towers in Seoul, Times Square Billboard in New York City and the lights in LG-owned U.S. facilities, from Englewood Cliffs, N.J., to Lincolnshire, Ill., to San Diego, Calif. and beyond.

LG's support of WWF’s Earth Hour is just one example of the company's commitment to helping the environment. As part of LG's broad efforts to reduce its carbon footprint and save money, LG has made changes in its U.S. operations – from using recycled office supplies, to installing LED lighting, to reminding colleagues to Do One Thing ENERGY STAR® and “Turn it Off” when it comes to office lights and equipment.


Contact Information:

LG Electronics USA:
John I. Taylor
Public Affairs & Communications