LED Light Bulb Inititiative

We are completing our initiative to put 5,000 LEDs into the light sockets of Clayton County! With this initiative, the county can save roughly $417,500 over the next thirteen years and realize a 4200 metric ton reduction of carbon emissions!


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Almost 600 lbs. of Lights Properly Recycled!

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Save the Date for the 2nd Annual Healthy Postville Fair

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Iowa Utilities Board Rules on Alliant Rate Case

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2020 Energy Efficiency Day at the Capitol

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Exciting News for Iowa’s Solar Front!

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CANCELED: A Special Evening for Supporting Members

CANCELED: A Special Evening for Supporting Members

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Energy Efficiency Day on the Hill!

You are invited to participate in the Energy Efficiency Day on the Hill to show your support for energy efficiency...

Energy Action Opp: Preserve Solar Tax Credits!

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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, accelerating and implementing the clean energy transition.

The CCED has a three-pronged community building mission:

  • To positively affect the local economy by retaining energy dollars in Clayton County.
  • To slow climate change by promoting wise energy use.
  • To include everyone.

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Clayton County Energy District Members Value

Local Economy

Retention and Reinvestment of energy dollars in the local community


Clean, renewable, locally owned energy for ALL

Planet Earth

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

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our vision

Join the Movement : Your contributions sustain our organization and provide the foundation and support for a better energy future for all of Clayton County.



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