The Southern Energy Efficiency Center (SEEC) has served as a pilot, high-performance buildings technology application center for the southern United States. Its overall mission has been to leverage the existing interactions and outreach activities of the SEEC principals and partners to substantially increase the deployment of high-performance, beyond-code buildings across the southern region of the U.S.A.
While the SEEC program has officially ended, this web site is maintained to continue to provide southern building energy efficiency information resources:
- See the Principals page for links to the SEEC principal organizations: The Florida Solar Energy Center, Southface Energy Institute and Texas A&M Energy Systems Lab.
- For training opportunities offered by each Principal, check out the Education page.
- A number of energy notes, case studies, reports and other information are available on the Resources page.
We hope this information will be helpful to you; please let us know if you have any questions or we can be of further assistance.
Primary SEEC funding has been through the US Department of Energy Building Technologies Program (BTP), administered by the National Energy Technology Laboratory.