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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.

CCED News

You’re invited to the Electric Vehicle Fest(EV)al in Decorah

Electric vehicles (EVs) have long been of interest to those seeking to decrease fossil fuel dependency and generate power in...

NEIA NTE Solar Workshop a Rousing Success!

NEIA NTE Solar Workshop a Rousing Success!

Our May 4th, 2018, Solar Energy for Non-Taxable Entities…Let’s Get Started Workshop was a real success. We had nearly 80...

Energy Efficiency Action Alert! Contact Governor Reynolds to VETO SF 2311

Last night, April 30th, SF 2311 as amended by the House, passed the Iowa Senate.  The Governor has 3 days...

Farm Energy Breakfast was HELPFUL!

Farm Energy Breakfast was HELPFUL!

Thanks to Farm Energy Planner, Joel Zook, TSP the crowd at the recent Farm Energy Breakfast learned how simple energy...

Always Time to Sign Up for an Energy Assessment

It is not too late to sign up for a FREE home energy assessment.  The Green Iowa Americorp (GIA) team,  a...

LED Light Bulb Swaps

LED Light Bulb Swaps

Because, widespread use of LED lighting has the greatest potential impact on energy savings, since September 2017 the Clayton County...

Next up: Farm Energy Breakfast

Next up: Farm Energy Breakfast

The Clayton County Energy District will hold its quarterly, “around the county” Clean Energy Breakfast, on Friday, March 23rd at The...

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,...

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LED Light Bulb Initiative

You helped us reach our goal… Thank You!

We put 8,000 LED light bulbs into Clayton County’s light sockets. Over the LEDs’ thirteen-year lifetime, it will save the community $668,000 in energy cost and reduce our carbon footprint by 4,200 metric tons! 

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