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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

Support our “Shepherd of the Hills Christmas Just 4 Kids” Bulb Swap

CAN YOU SPARE $4.00 FOR CLAYTON COUNTY FAMILIES? The Clayton County Energy District is currently accepting donations for a special...

The CCED will hold a LED Bulb Swap at the Clayton County CAN Annual Meeting

Thursday, November 16th, 6:30 p.m. the Clayton County Clean Energy District will host a partner exhibit at the Clayton County...

Sign Up this week for Farm Energy Planning Cost Share

This week is the deadline to sign up for Natural Resource Conservation Service(NRCS)  EQUIP (Environmental Quality Incentives Plan) cost share....

Great LED Swap in Guttenberg

With the help of Clayton County Energy District Vice Chairman, Jim Osterhaus, and despite gloomy rainy weather, we had a...

Decorah Power Learning Series

Decorah Power is a group of Decorah area citizens exploring the opportunity to create a municipal electric utility. During this process...

Norby’s Supports the Energy District’s LED Exchange Efforts

The Clayton County Energy District aims to stimulate a local energy transformation. Step one is to get the low hanging...

Clean Energy Breakfast Success

The Clayton County Energy District held a quarterly and “around the county” Energy Breakfast Series, on September 22rd at the...

More reasons to come to the Clean Energy Breakfast

The CCED has decided to incentivize the September Clean Energy Breakfast, on Friday, 9/22, in St. Olaf with a LED...

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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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