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Energy Burden = annual utility bills ÷ annual income

An energy burden rate above 6% is considered high

Clayton County Energy Burden Facts & Analysis

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A message from the Clayton County Board of Health re: COVID19

COVID-19: Protect Yourself Dr. Michele Dikkers, Clayton County Board of Health Chairperson Coronavirus, Sars-CoV-2 or Covid-19, words, that at Thanksgiving,...

COVID-19 and Utility Disconnections and Low Income Home Energy Assistance

The following message is provided by Karen Henry, CCAP, NCRT,  LIHEAP and Outreach Director for Northeast Iowa Community Action Corporation The Iowa...

Clayton County Yale Climate Study

Clayton County Yale Climate Study

Did you know? The Clayton County Energy District is making a lasting impact on slowing down the impacts of climate...

Do You Want to Learn More About Solar?

Do You Want to Learn More About Solar?

The Winneshiek Solar Fair will take place Saturday, March 21st from 9 am to noon! This is a family-friendly event...

Almost 600 lbs. of Lights Properly Recycled!

The Clayton, Delaware and Jackson County Energy Districts all participated in the Holiday Light Collection! Several drop off locations were...

Save the Date for the 2nd Annual Healthy Postville Fair

The Clayton County Energy District will be participating in the 2nd Annual Healthy Postville Fair on Thursday, March 19th from...

Iowa Utilities Board Rules on Alliant Rate Case

The Winneshiek County Energy District worked as an intervenor in the recent ruled Alliant Energy Rate Case. Andy Johnson, the...

2020 Energy Efficiency Day at the Capitol

Joleen Jansen, Craig Mosher (Johnson County Energy District), and Jim Wolfe (Howard County Energy District), represented Clean Energy Districts of...

We’re celebrating our LED transition!

Since 2017, the CCED has locally purchased 10,000 LEDs and distributed them to Clayton County light sockets.

When we spend less on our light bills, we have more to spend in our community.

Now, that’s something to celebrate! 

We are

The Clayton County Energy District

The nonprofit Clayton County Energy District (CCED) strengthens our community by leading, implementing, and accelerating the INCLUSIVE & LOCAL  transition to clean energy use.

By putting boots on the ground in Clayton County:

We positively affect the local economy by reducing energy costs.

We slow climate change by promoting wise energy use.

We include everyone.

our vision

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