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DelCoED makes good use of grant dollars by encouraging a simple switch

Doug Robbins, Delaware County Food Pantry & Megan Thul – Vicechair, DelCoED In October, The Delaware County Energy District ( (DelCoED) received $700 in special grant funds from the Greater Delaware County Community Foundation. A portion of the grant funds were used to purchase LED light bulbs for the Delaware County Food Pantry holiday basket…

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DelCo Energy District hosts first Clean Energy Breakfast

The newly formed Delaware County Energy District (DelCoED) hosted its first community engagement event at Wulfekuhle Electric in Delhi last Saturday, June 22. The group, which formed with the desire to build community within Delaware County,  by addressing equitable access to clean and local energy, organized the meeting to begin educating the community on the…

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Introducing the Delaware County Energy District

From left to right: Vice-chair Megan Thul, Secretary Jade Hardgrafen, Treasurer Morgan Schmidt, Chairperson Larry Gritton, Board member Larry Troester (not pictured) Board Member Megan McKenzie Impassioned Delaware County residents have convened in recent months to create the Delaware County Energy District (DelCoED), a grassroots effort to facilitate energy planning and coaching for families, businesses…

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Become a supporting member today! Your contributions sustain our organization and provide the foundation and support for a better energy future for all of Delaware County.  

Membership Levels

Renewable Watt – Up to $99
Your friendship and support matter, THANK YOU
Renewable Kilowatt – $100 – $249
$150 supports a low-income household LED Retrofit
Renewable Megawatt $250 – $999
$250 covers all the costs of a home efficiency upgrade for a low-income family performed by our Green IA AmeriCorps team
Renewable Gigawatt $1000 – $4999
Support at this level provides critical match and is tripled by major outside grants
Energy District Founder’s Club $5000
You are the foundation of the Energy District