Energy Saving Advice for Your Home

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As we all take measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19, we are undoubtedly spending more time at home. If you are caring for children home from school or working from home, you may experience an increase in energy use. […]

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Spring Farm Work Prompts Important Safety Reminder

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Idaho Power wants to remind our agricultural customers – and everyone – to stay safe this spring by keeping these tips in mind: When moving irrigation pipes, ladders or other equipment, always look up for power lines and use a […]

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Bill Inserts for April 2020

Connections, April 2020 Bringing New Life to School Health Training For Safety’s Sake, Look Up! How to Stay Safe During a Power Outage Lemon Thyme Chicken from the Electric Kitchen Energy-saving Opportunities for Manufactured Homes (sent to Idaho residential customers) […]

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Connections for April 2020

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Connections, April 2020

  • Bringing New Life to School Health Training
  • For Safety’s Sake, Look Up!
  • How to Stay Safe During a Power Outage
  • Lemon Thyme Chicken from the Electric Kitchen

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Idaho Power Files Annual Fixed Cost Adjustment

BOISE, Idaho — Idaho Power has filed the first of two spring cost adjustments with the Idaho Public Utilities Commission (IPUC). This year’s annual Fixed Cost Adjustment (FCA) requests an increase of $710,580 for residential and small general service customers […]

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Arbor Day Grants Available to Help Communities Plant Trees

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Arbor Day is coming up, and Idaho Power is helping local communities plant trees to help with  energy conservation. The Idaho Nursery and Landscape Association (INLA) and the Idaho Department of Lands (IDL), along with utilities Idaho Power, Avista and […]

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Helping Students Make Communities Safer through CPR Training

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Idaho Power and the American Heart Association (AHA) are making our communities a little safer by donating CPR training kits to 14 local schools and school districts across Idaho. The state’s health curriculum requires CPR training for staff and students, […]

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