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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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Clayton County Clean Energy District Encourages Recycling Old or Broken Holiday Lights

The Clayton County Clean Energy District (CCED) in partnership with Winneshiek County Recycling encourages residents to recycle old, broken, or...

Clayton County Energy District Coordinates Green Iowa Americorps Home Energy Check-ups

The Clayton County Energy District (CCED) in partnership with Green Iowa Americorps has opened the season for home energy check...

EQUIP Signup deadline is fast approaching

Clayton County farmers interested in cost-share for energy efficiency practices have until October 19th to sign up in at the NRCS...

The City of Marquette is entertaining a solar powered well project

After attending the Clayton County Energy District’s (CCED), May 2018, Solar Power for Non-Taxable Entities Workshop Marquette City Clerk Bonnie...

Garnavillo Energy Breakfast and LED Swap Review

The following story covering our June Clean Energy Breakfast is compliments of the Clayton County Register. By Pam Reinig Clayton...

LED Bulb Swap is set for 6/29 in Garnavillo

The Clayton County Energy District is setting up shop in Garnavillo on Friday June 29th. Beginning at 8:00 a.m. at...

Join Us in Garnavillo for our Home Energy Breakfast

Join Us in Garnavillo for our Home Energy Breakfast

The Clayton County Energy District will hold its quarterly, “around the county” Clean Energy Breakfast, on Friday, June 29th at The...

Carpool Anyone?

This Saturday, June 2nd is your chance to explore and learn about electric vehicles (EVs), at Fest(EV)al. From 11a.m. to...

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The Clayton County Energy District

The Clayton County Energy District (CCED) is a non-profit organization committed to building community. By facilitating fair access to a local & clean energy movement, we are stimulating our local economy and sustaining the planet for everyone.

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 facilitate fair access to clean and local energy.

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