Bill Inserts for May 2018

Connections May 2018 (sent to all customers) Hydroelectricity Keeps Your Energy Clean, Affordable How Idaho Power’s Energy Portfolio Compares Nationally Idaho Power Proposes FCA Rate Decrease Tax Reform & PCA Proposals Result in Lower Customer Prices Power Cost Adjustment & […]

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Connections for May 2018

Cover of May 2018 Connections Newsletter

Connections, May 2018

  • Hydroelectricity Keeps Your Energy Clean, Affordable
  • How Idaho Power’s Energy Portfolio Compares Nationally
  • Idaho Power Proposes FCA Rate Decrease
  • Tax Reform & PCA Proposals Result in Lower Customer Prices

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Be Careful Outdoors: Rivers are Running High, Fast and Cold

Spring runoff is in full swing, meaning area rivers are running high, fast and cold. Recreationists taking advantage of this week’s warm weather should take extra precautions around the water. Irrigation canals are also full of water; keep children away! […]

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Swan Falls Museum Open to Visitors each Saturday

The Swan Falls Historic Powerhouse museum is open to the public every Saturday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. now through Labor Day. The museum offers a free self-guided tour highlighting the history of the construction of the original power plant (1901-1913) […]

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Customer Newsletter Highlights Energy Efficiency

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The April issue of Idaho Power’s Connections newsletter is all about energy efficiency. One story introduces a new incentive that offers customers $300 for replacing their electric water heater with an energy-efficient heat pump water heater. Other stories in this […]

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Tax Reform to Reduce Rates for Idaho Power Customers

BOISE, Idaho — Idaho Power has filed a settlement agreement with the Idaho Public Utilities Commission (IPUC) that, if approved, will result in reduced rates for customers within the company’s Idaho service area in 2018 stemming from recent federal and […]

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Winners announced for annual Idaho Power student art contest

Over 4,500 entries were received for Idaho Power’s 2017-2018 student art contest, which challenged area students to participate in energy education around safety, ways to save energy and environmental stewardship. Of the entries, 60 winners and runners-up were selected from […]

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Spring Storms Boost Regional Snowpack

Wet weather in March and early April boosted southern Idaho’s snowpack to near the 30-year average. That’s good news for Idaho Power customers, who got nearly half of their electricity from dams on the Snake River and its tributaries last […]

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Idaho Power Trying to Navigate Tricky Relicensing Waters

Recent news coverage of Idaho Power’s efforts to relicense its dams in Hells Canyon has not accurately portrayed the company’s position on allowing salmon and steelhead in the Snake River above Hells Canyon Dam. We are not trying to negate […]

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