3 Easy Ways To Save Energy While Cleaning

Cleaning your home is really important for maintaining a healthy house hold, but you may feel like you use a lot of energy running the vacuum, the dryer, and the dishwasher these day. Here are a few easy ways to help keep your home cleaner longer so you can cut back on these costs! Save […]

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Simple Ways To Save Energy In Your Beauty Routine

As we have said before, there are a ton of easy ways to save energy during your everyday routine. Theses small changes may not seem like much at first, but added up these energy saving habits will really make an impact on your energy bill! You will be helping the environment without even realizing it! […]

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Main Sources Of Energy Consumption In Homes

The United States has always loved energy. After it’s invention, we never really slowed down our use of electricity. But have you ever wondered what you are probably using the most energy on? Check out our breakdown of the top sources of energy consumption in the U.S homes. The number one source of energy consumption […]

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The Easiest Ways To Save Energy At Home

We all the know that cutting down on energy use is not only good for your wallet, but for the planet. Despite this, many people are concerned that cutting back on their energy use will change their lifestyle. What some don’t know is that there are many simple ways that you can reduce the amount […]

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Our Mission

The mission of Southeast Energy Assistance (SEA) is to provide direct assistance to improve the living and housing conditions of low-income families through conservation programs.

“During my term as Mayor of the City of Atlanta, [SEA] delivered one of the most effective City-sponsored programs for low-income citizens, particularly the elderly...I continue to be a strong supporter of SEA’s work.” - Andrew Young

SEA's programs are intended for people living at the poverty level. Priority is given to the elderly and handicapped and statistically, of those served, 80% are female heads of household, 86% are elderly and 95% are minorities. SEA has a history of service to Atlanta's low-income community since 1978.

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