Idaho Power Energy Advisor Gives 10,000th Presentation


Russ Weedon has been a familiar face in classrooms and communities across Idaho Power’s service area for nearly two decades. Over the past 18 years, Russ has delivered 10,000 presentations as an education and outreach advisor. His lessons cover a […]

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Updated Idaho Power Website Helps Customers Choose EVs


Changing gas prices, battery technology improvements, environmental concerns and federal incentives are contributing to increased interest in electric vehicles (EVs). Idaho Power wants to help its customers better understand the technology. The company recently added several tools to its website […]

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Snake River Reservoirs Enter Winter near Normal Levels


After two above-average years, water storage in the Snake River Basin is entering the winter at normal levels. Winter snowpack and water in reservoirs throughout the Snake River system largely determine how much water will be available for hydroelectric generation, […]

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Save Energy While Savoring Your Holidays


Cooler weather means longer hours indoors, with the thermostat set to keep us warm. But the holidays don’t have to be an energy gobbler. Here are a few simple tips to keep energy use down while planning your Thanksgiving feast! […]

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Pocatello Schools Save Energy, Money with Idaho Power Incentives


Idaho Power’s energy efficiency programs are a great way for customers to save energy and money. A recent example comes from eastern Idaho, where Pocatello/Chubbuck School District 25 has earned $276,127 in incentives from Idaho Power for energy-saving measures. The […]

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Powering Growth: Fujishin Family Cellars


It’s harvest season across Idaho Power’s service area, and local farmers, growers and irrigators count on our reliable energy to help get their product from farm to table. Watch this short video to see the many ways Fujishin Family Cellars […]

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