Microgrid Helps Clayton Become a Green Power Community

Microgrid Partners with Ameren’s Pure Power to Help the City of Clayton Achieve EPA Green Power Community Challenge.

Leading municipalities across the nation are partnering with the EPA to become Green Power Communities (GPC.) GPCs are cities, in which the local government, businesses, and residents collectively buy green power. The City of Clayton Board of Alderman recently passed a resolution to embark on an EPA Green Power Community Challenge via a joint effort of the City of Clayton, AmerenUE Pure PowerTM and Microgrid Energy.

The Challenge focus is to encourage local businesses, residents, and non-profit organizations to support new sources of renewable energy and reduce the City of Clayton’s carbon footprint, either through enrollment in the Pure Power Program or through installing onsite solar.

The City of Clayton is continuing its leadership amongst area municipalities in announcing that it will be attempting to become the first city in Missouri to achieve this EPA designation. Microgrid is proud to be a part of this effort.

For more information on the Challenge, visit www.mogpc.com/clayton.