Next week, Sept. 15-22, volunteers from the local nonprofit organization SEEED (Socially Equal Energy Efficient Development) will be knocking on doors in the Morningside Park neighborhood to share tips on saving energy. Teams of students in SEEED’s Career Readiness Program will visit approximately 100 homes in the Morningside area to share energy efficiency tips and offer residents a new LED light bulb for their porch.


All residents are invited to attend a free “Savings in the House” workshop to learn more about how to stop wasting energy and take control of utility bills:


Thursday, Sept. 24

6:30-7:30 p.m. (doors open at 6 p.m.)

Morningside Community Center

1617 Dandridge Ave.


For more information about this outreach event, please contact Stan Johnson, SEEED’s Executive Director, at 865-766-5185.


“Savings in the House” is a project of the Smarter Cities Partnership, which is led by the City of Knoxville. Funding for this outreach activity was provided by Partners for Places – a project of the Funders’ Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities.