Monthly Archives: January 2018

Video: Idaho Power Recruits Beavers for Wetland Rehab

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Biologists from Idaho Power recently joined forces with Ducks Unlimited to improve wildlife habitat on property the company owns in Owyhee County. They hope repairs to dikes and drainage channels, along with increased beaver activity, will benefit wetlands in the […]

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Video: Understanding Your Power Bill

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Idaho Power’s Customer Care Team produced a video to make it easy for residential customers to locate important information and understand the charges on their power bill. This video provides an overview of where to find: Recent payments, amount due, […]

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Beware of Downed Power Lines

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High winds, heavy snow and falling trees occasionally knock power lines to the ground. Idaho Power reminds you to always assume a downed power line is energized and dangerous. Stay as far away as possible, and keep others away. If […]

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IDACORP Shareowners Support Project Share

On Jan. 10, IDACORP shareowners made a $25,000 donation to the Salvation Army for the 2016–17 Project Share season. This contribution helps provide additional heating bill assistance to folks in need. Shareholders also contributed $17,747 to help pay administrative costs […]

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Save Energy and Money this Winter

When it’s cold outside, power bills can increase as customers heat their homes and spend more time indoors. Try using these easy tips to save money on your energy bills this winter: Regularly check and change your furnace filter. Adjust […]

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