Stay Away from Flooded Electrical Equipment

safety warning from idaho power stay away from flooded electrical equipment

Recent increases in spring water runoff have caused flooding in several areas of Idaho. Idaho Power is monitoring these areas for impacts to electrical equipment and encourages customers in flooded areas to think safety first. The company urges customers to […]

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Safety Warning: Stay Away From Flooded Electrical Equipment

Image of a flooded ground transformer box.

Wet weather and spring runoff are increasing water levels in many places across our region. Some customers are seeing signs of localized flooding. Idaho Power has an important warning: Stay away from flooded or submerged electrical equipment. When transformers (the […]

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Idaho Power Vehicle Auction Coming May 20

Pickup trucks lined up for auction.

If you’re in the market for a pickup, ATV, trailer, backhoe or bucket truck, the Idaho Power vehicle auction could be a good first stop. Ada County Highway District and the Idaho Department of Professional and Occupational Licenses are joining […]

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May is National Electrical Safety Month

National Electrical Safety Month

May is National Electrical Safety Month, and Idaho Power is sharing ways to keep your home and loved ones safe: Inspect your power cords — including any outside — and replace damaged or frayed cords. Stay away from power lines […]

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Idaho Power Requests Changes to On-site Generation Offering

BOISE, Idaho — Idaho Power is requesting changes to its on-site generation offering that are a step toward ensuring fair prices for all customers. Idaho Power is seeking approval of a compensation structure that accurately measures an on-site generator’s use […]

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May Bill Inserts

Connections for May 2023 How Idaho Power Protects the Grid — and You Can Too Plan Now for Your Unique Outage Needs — Just in Case! Can We Reach You During an Outage? Lime Ginger Grilled Chicken from the Energy-efficient […]

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