I'm going to have to start lobbying my employer to do this: To save on energy costs, Utah Governor Jon Huntsman has ordered most of the state's employees to work four 10-hour days (state police officers, prison guards, and public universities will have to still be open Fridays. And the liquor stores).
This change is expected to save the state about $3 million a year in lighting, heating and air conditioning costs. Carbon dioxide (CO2) pollution from state vehicles may be cut by about 3,000 metric tons.
via The L.A. Times