Idaho Power Warns Customers of Ongoing Scams

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Idaho Power is seeing an uptick in calls from customers reporting several scams. The company is working to combat misinformation and protect customers from potential scams. Customers continue to report misleading statements by some companies selling residential solar systems. Some […]

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Idaho Power Receives National Award for Employee Safety Efforts

Idaho Power receives a national award for employee safety efforts from the Edison Electric Institute. BOISE, Idaho — Idaho Power’s safety achievements recently earned the company a national award. The Edison Electric Institute (EEI) presented Idaho Power President and CEO […]

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IDACORP Shareholders Help Neighbors in Need through Project Share

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IDACORP shareholders recently donated $25,000 to The Salvation Army, joining Idaho Power customer contributions of $167,000 for the 2020–21 Project Share season. This money provides energy-bill assistance to neighbors in need throughout southern Idaho and eastern Oregon. Shareholders also contributed […]

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Lower Winter Temperatures May Bring Higher Energy Bills

Snowy roads like this can contribute to car-pole collisions

Winter temperatures have set in across the region, and heating systems are working overtime to keep homes and businesses warm. That means higher energy bills may be landing in your mailbox in the next couple of weeks. Idaho Power can […]

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Thousand Springs Park Access Closed until Spring

Upgrades to Idaho Power equipment at the Thousand Springs Power Plant will require the access road to be closed to visitors until mid-March. HAGERMAN, Idaho — The road leading to the park at Idaho Power’s Thousand Springs Power Plant and […]

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