Video: Bird Dung Diverters Help Boost Reliability


We’ve all seen birds perched on overhead powerlines. Idaho Power’s infrastructure can be a popular roosting area — and when large flocks of birds converge on transmission towers, the mess they leave behind can be problematic. “Bird poop is a […]

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Idaho Power Enhances Their $75 Smart Thermostat Incentive

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Idaho Power customers can now self-install a smart thermostat in their electrically heated homes and be eligible for a $75 cash incentive. The incentive previously required a licensed contractor to install the smart thermostat. The home types are expanded to […]

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Idaho Power Delivers Energy-saving Tips in January Newsletter

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With a new year comes new opportunities to save energy at home. And this month, Idaho Power’s Connections newsletter features ideas for energy-saving resolutions, including tips for adjusting your thermostat, using My Account, using window coverings and more. Connections also […]

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IDACORP Shareowners Help Neighbors in Need Through Project Share

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IDACORP shareowners recently donated $25,000 to The Salvation Army, adding to Idaho Power customer contributions of approximately $169,500 for the 2018–19 Project Share season. This money helps provide energy-bill assistance to our neighbors in need. Idaho Power also honored Project […]

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Energy-saving Success Story: Sun Valley Resort

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As home to the world’s first chairlift, central Idaho’s Sun Valley Resort is the oldest and one of the most iconic ski destinations in North America. With recreational facilities, lodges, restaurants and shops spread across hundreds of acres, Sun Valley […]

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