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The Clayton County Energy District

The Clayton County Energy District (CCED) is a non-profit organization committed to strengthening our community through inclusively leading, implementing and accelerating the LOCAL clean energy transition.

By putting boots on the ground in Clayton County:

We positively affect the local economy by reducing energy cost.

We slow climate change by promoting wise energy use.

We include everyone.

LED Light Bulb Initiative

We are putting 5000 LED light bulbs into Clayton County’s light sockets because over the LED’s thirteen year lifetime, it will save us $417,500 in energy cost and reduce our carbon footprint by 4200 metric tons! 

The thermometer shows our progress so far. 

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CCED News

Energy Efficiency killing bill may hit the Senate Floor soon

Energy Efficiency killing bill – omnibus energy bill SF2311 could be debated this coming week. SF 2311 makes many changes,...

Attention Clayton County Energy District Immediate Action is Needed

SSB 3093/HSB 595 Action Alert Clayton County Energy District encourages all Iowans to immediately call your legislators (NEIA , and statewide ) and...

Clayton County Energy District provides FREE Home Energy Assessments

For the third year, the Clayton County Energy District (CCED) in partnership with Green Iowa Americorps will continue to offer...

An LED Transition brings a bright boost to Moser’s Pharmacy & Elkader Floral

Two years ago, electric utility company, Alliant Energy completed a free energy assessment for the iconic Moser building located on...

CCED gives away a pile of LED bulbs at Shepherd of the Hills

Last week, on December 13th and 14th, the Clayton County Energy District conducted a special LED light bulb giveaway in...

Clayton County Clean Energy District Encourages Recycling Old or Broken Holiday Lights

Update: Clayton County’s 2017 collection yield 90 pounds of collected old Christmas Lights!! The Clayton County Clean Energy District is...

Great Attendance at our last Clean Energy Breakfast

The Clayton County Energy District held a quarterly and “around the county” Energy Breakfast Series, on Friday, December 8th at...

Heather Zichal to Speak at the Clean Energy Breakfast

Heather Zichal to Speak at the Clean Energy Breakfast

The Clayton County Energy District will hold its quarterly and “around the county” Energy Breakfast Series, on December 8th at Johnson’s...

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Clayton County Energy District Members Value

Local Economy

Retention and Reinvestment of energy dollars in the local community

Fairness

Clean, renewable, locally owned energy for ALL

Planet Earth

Sustainable & Wise energy use for the long term health of planet Earth

our vision

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Contact Us

If you have Local Clean Energy questions or comments please contact us.

Support CCED with your membership!