Energy Efficiency Programs Summary
At Idaho Power, we actively seek cost-effective ways to encourage wise and efficient use of electricity. Idaho Power has programs for all customers.
A/C Cool Credit
Receive a $5 monthly credit for allowing Idaho Power to cycle your home's central air conditioning system during some June, July and August weekday afternoons. This reduces system demand during periods of extreme peak electricity use.
Energy Efficient Lighting
Take advantage of reduced pricing at area retailers when you purchase ENERGY STAR® certified CFLs and LEDs, LED fixtures and high-efficiency showerheads.
Energy House Calls
If you live in a manufactured home heated by an electric furnace or heat pump, you may be able to reduce your energy use and lower your monthly bill with this free package of services, which includes duct sealing and LED installation.
ENERGY STAR® Homes
Builders can receive an incentive for each all-electric home built to meet Northwest ENERGY STAR standards. Northwest ENERGY STAR homes are at least 15 percent more efficient than homes built to Idaho energy code.
Fridge and Freezer Recycling Program
With the Fridge and Freezer Recycling Program, an Idaho Power program partner will pick up and recycle the unit for free from your home.
Heating and Cooling Efficiency Program
Earn incentives for the purchase and installation of energy saving equipment and services for heating and cooling your home.
Home Energy Audit
Receive a professional in-home energy audit, recommendations for increasing energy savings and a variety of energy efficiency improvements, such as energy saving light bulbs, for a discounted price.
Home Improvement Program
Earn incentives for home improvements such as insulation and windows. Qualifying measures may vary from home to home. Single and multi-family homes qualify.
Earn cash back when you purchase a new electrically heated ENERGY STAR qualified manufactured home.
Weatherization Assistance for Qualified Customers
If you have an electrically heated home, you may qualify for free energy efficiency improvements that increase comfort and help reduce energy use. Call your local community action partnership (CAP) agency to see if you are income-qualified.
Weatherization Solutions for Eligible Customers
If you have an electrically heated home and do not qualify for Weatherization Assistance, you may still be eligible for free energy efficiency improvements that increase comfort and help reduce energy use.
Irrigation Efficiency Rewards
An incentive of up to 75 percent is available for irrigation customers who improve the energy efficiency of an existing pump system, or they may receive up to 10 percent when installing an efficient new pump system. Incentives also are available for repair and replacement of worn irrigation components.
Irrigation Peak Rewards
This demand response program is for specific irrigation customers who allow Idaho Power to use control devices to turn off their pumps for a few hours on select summer days, reducing the load during periods of extreme peak electricity use.
Earn cash incentives for new construction, major renovations, additions, expansions or change of space use construction projects.
Participants can earn incentives for qualifying energy-saving improvements to existing, new commercial, or industrial buildings, or process.
Lighting or specific equipment upgrades in existing facilities.
Flex Peak Program
Eligible customers can receive an incentive for being available to reduce a set amount of electrical load in response to Idaho Power peak demand and other system needs.
Green Power Program
A voluntary program for customers who wish to support certified green energy from renewable resources, such as wind and solar.
Provides customers the opportunity to operate their own small-scale renewable power generators to offset all or part of their electricity usage. Allows for sale of excess generation back to Idaho Power.
Residential Education Initiative
Homeowners can find valuable information to help reduce energy use and save money via Idaho Power's website, by attending presentations or by visiting with Idaho Power employees at local events.
Kill A Watt™ Meters
Borrow an easy-to-use meter from your local library and measure how much electricity your appliances and electronics are using.
Commercial Education Initiative
Commercial customers, field personnel and trade allies may request education to increase understanding and awareness of energy efficient, conservation-oriented strategies for business and industry.