If you’re considering installing solar panels or other renewable generation at your home or business, Idaho Power is here to help.
- This checklist is a great place to start to see if it’s the right decision for you.
- Be sure to educate yourself about the current cases before the Idaho Public Utilities Commission that could change your expected payback date when making a solar investment.
No matter what you decide, you can feel great about where your energy comes from. Clean hydropower is Idaho Power’s largest energy resource. Learn more about our energy mix and our 100% clean energy goal.
Learn more about investing in solar, including potential changes in expected payback dates.
Learn about our customer generation policies, rules, and pending cases.
Learn about customer generation, how to connect your system, and what happens if you send excess energy back to the grid.
While Idaho Power does not recommend specific companies, we do have tips to help you choose — and make sure everything they’re telling you is true.
Already picked your installer? Learn the process to get your system installed and access applications, forms and requirements.
If rooftop solar isn’t for you, we have plenty of other options to support clean energy and energy efficiency.
Learn about a subscription-based program giving customers in Oregon an option to buy or lease a portion of locally generated solar energy.
Learn the facts! Idaho Power wants to ensure accurate information is provided to our customers and those considering solar installation.
Existing on-site generation customers can apply through January 31 to transfer excess energy credits from one on-site generation meter to another eligible meter. Transferring credits is not required.