Idaho Steelhead Begin Journey to the Pacific

About 1.8 million young steelhead are on their way to the Pacific Ocean or will be soon as Idaho Power completes its annual fish-hauling operation from the Niagara Springs hatchery near Wendell. Some of these fish will return in 1 […]

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Join the Community that Helps Idaho Power Help Customers

Let your voice be heard. Join Idaho Power's Empowered Community.

Enrollment is now open for Idaho Power’s Empowered Community, an online community of customers who provide valuable feedback on customer-related topics. Idaho Power is working hard to continue providing reliable, affordable, clean energy and would like to hear from customers […]

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Volunteer Spotlight: Casey Rowen, Volunteer Firefighter

“It just seems like the right thing to do. I’ve known these people my whole life.” Casey Rowen, a Power Production Coordinator/Trainer in Hells Canyon, has lived most of his life in Halfway, Oregon, and has been a volunteer Pine […]

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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 $2,816,643 for residential and small general service customers […]

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Idaho Power Donations Support Local Youth

Building strong communities is an important part of Idaho Power’s role as an essential service provider. Across its service area, Idaho Power supports the next generation by funding scholarships, providing community education and giving to organizations that support our youth. […]

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Energy-Saving Tips at Home

A night free of electronics can save energy and encourage other activities!

Whether it’s working or schooling or even just relaxing, many people are still spending more time at home this year. Lots of time around the house can lead to increased energy use, so Idaho Power is here to help with […]

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Reservations Already Filling Up at Idaho Power Campgrounds

RVs and campers at Hells Canyon Park

It’s not too early to start planning that spring or summer camping trip, and Idaho Power is encouraging visitors to reserve their spots online now, as many popular campgrounds are already filling up. The utility operates four developed campgrounds in […]

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