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Join us at Keystone AEA in Elkader on Friday, February 17th (10AM-2PM) for our:
Energy Burden Relief Open House & Listening Post
1400 N 2nd St NW, Elkader, IA 52043

Energy Burden = annual utility bills ÷ annual income

An energy burden rate above 6% is considered high

Do you need Energy Burden Relief?

CCED News

October Virtual Lunch & Learn: West Union’s Shared Geothermal System

Virtual October Lunch & Learn: Wednesday, October 21st at 12 pm Topic: West Union’s Shared Geothermal System Why does West...

October 7th is Energy Efficiency Day!!!

  Wednesday, October 7th is Energy Efficiency Day 2020. What’s so amazing about energy efficiency?? It saves money. Cuts pollution....

Boots on the Ground Projects Result in a Successful Summer 2020!

Boots on the Ground Projects Result in a Successful Summer 2020!

In May 2020, two young professionals joined the Clayton County Energy District to complete summer projects. Jake Jansen (Summer Project...

September Virtual Lunch & Learn: Elkader Weather & Climate Patterns

Join us for our September Virtual Lunch & Learn with Howard County Energy District Director & Cresco City Councilperson, Amy...

Welcome Our New CCED Board Member: Kathy Koether!

Welcome Our New CCED Board Member: Kathy Koether!

We want to give a warm welcome to our newest Clayton County Energy District Board Member, Kathy Koether! Kathy is...

$1,000 ACEC Grant Awarded to go towards LED Education

$1,000 ACEC Grant Awarded to go towards LED Education

The Clayton County Energy District received $1,000 in grant funds from Dairyland Power Cooperative and Allamakee-Clayton Electric Cooperative! Thanks to...

August Virtual Lunch & Learn: Special Project Update

Join CCED Intern’s Jake Jansen and Alyssa Corkery as they go over updates for their special summer projects. Jansen has...

Keep homes from a “tidal wave” of shutoffs! #NoShutOffs

As COVID-19 remains an unprecedented issue, we only want to help in any way we can (and any way we...

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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.

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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