The Zilkha Center is helping to replace incandescent lights in the Williams College Museum of Art with LEDs, which better illuminate the spaces while saving energy. In the WCMA store, 60-watt halogen display lights were replaced with 14-watt dimmable LEDs. Light levels increased 16% while energy use dropped a whopping 77%. Additional LEDs in a corridor increased light levels 55%. The new lamps are not only brighter, but they will save about 3200 kWh a year, enough energy to run 9 desktop computers!