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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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Create an online CCED fundraiser in a few steps!

The giving season is upon us and you can help support our mission by creating a fun online fundraiser to...

Celebrating Energy Efficiency Day 2021!

Today is Energy Efficiency Day! We celebrate saving electricity and using clean energy every day but today is extra special....

A Positive Presence at the ’21 Clayton County Fair

A Positive Presence at the ’21 Clayton County Fair

The Clayton County Energy District is happy to have provided a positive presence at the 2021 Clayton County Fair. Our...

At Minimum, Elkader Should Get What Decorah and Other Cities Got

At Minimum, Elkader Should Get What Decorah and Other Cities Got

It may not be a well-known fact but it is true, a building’s address, and nothing else, defines the source...

Giving Compass Series Shares the Story of our Iowa-based Clean Energy Districts

Giving Compass Series Shares the Story of our Iowa-based Clean Energy Districts

Giving Compass is a national web resource with a mission “To help impact-driven donors transform their generosity into meaningful change...

Mission Possible: A Just Transition Creates Strong Communities

This is the third in a GivingCompass.org series about the opportunities and impacts of the Clean Energy District movement in...

We’re Back! First Step Home Energy Audits & Lighting Upgrades by GIA

The CCED is pleased to announce the return of the First Step Home Efficiency Program and in-person audits with the...

Guttenberg Municipal Utility Customers Can Receive a FREE Energy Audit!

GMU Energy & Weatherization Audit and Lighting Upgrade: June 8, 9, 10 The Clayton County Energy District and the Decorah...

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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