With Fire or Water, Play it Safe in the Outdoors

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Each year, tens of thousands of people visit waterways and parks near Idaho Power dams. With summer officially under way, now is a good time for some safety reminders: Most Idaho Power dams have sirens and strobe lights that signal […]

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Learn and Earn a Prize Playing Powercache Challenge!

Roland on the River Powercache Mascot

As the 4th of July approaches and families and friends head into the great outdoors, Idaho Power reminds you to pack your GPS! Idaho Power employees have hidden 12 geocaches along the Snake River in the Hells Canyon, C.J. Strike, […]

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Idaho Power Earns Top May in Motion Participation Award

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This year, 155 Boise-area Idaho Power employees participated in May in Motion (MiM), an annual, month-long alternative transportation challenge. Idaho Power earned the highest award — Platinum — for having: Approximately 15 percent of the company’s Treasure Valley employees participate […]

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Customer Newsletter Focuses on Fishing, Camping

June 2018 news scans

The June issue of Connections, Idaho Power’s monthly customer newsletter, focuses on the company’s efforts to provide recreational opportunities along the Snake River. The lead story focuses on Idaho Power’s parks and campgrounds, several of which are a part of […]

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Idaho Power Takes Steps to Protect Power Poles from Wildfires

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Wildfire season in Idaho is something we can anticipate every year. Each summer, fires burn thousands of acres throughout Idaho Power’s service area. Since wood power poles have been an easy target in the past, Idaho Power’s vegetation management program […]

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Rates Decrease 7.06 percent for Idaho Residential Customers

Rate Decrease! -7.06% for Idaho residential customers

The Idaho Public Utilities Commission has approved three Idaho Power rate decreases that will save the average Idaho residential customer 7.06 percent on their monthly bill. The decreases went into effect June 1. Two of the proposals come from annual […]

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