Beat the Heat with Summer Energy-saving Tips

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Summer is finally here, and that can mean increased energy use as people keep homes and businesses cool. And for those still spending more time at home, energy use this summer could look different than in past years. Idaho Power […]

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What To Do If You Encounter a Downed Power Line

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Hundreds of vehicle accidents with power poles occur each year in Idaho Power’s service area. Many of us may not notice unless the power goes out, but Idaho Power wants you to be aware of the dangers of downed power […]

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Help Keep the Power on by Preventing Fires

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Fires can cause power outages, affecting us all. That’s why Idaho Power asks customers to help prevent fires when using fireworks this Fourth of July and throughout the summer. Use safer options – like glowsticks instead of sparklers – and […]

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Idaho Power Donates Work Truck to City of Oakley

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Idaho Power recently donated a truck to the City of Oakley, a small town located about 22 miles south of Burley, Idaho. Company representatives Dan Olmstead, Tom Behm and Jeff Mitton presented the vehicle to Oakley Mayor Larry Mickleson, Public […]

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Scammers Target Idaho Power Customers

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Scams targeting Idaho Power customers — both homes and businesses — have been on the uptick the last couple weeks. The most recent scam involves a call demanding immediate payment or service will be disconnected. The scammers are spoofing Idaho […]

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Idaho Power Summer Interns Begin with a Virtual Welcome

Last week Idaho Power welcomed seven summer 2020 engineering interns, college undergraduates who will spend the next three months working with engineering teams across several Idaho Power departments — all from home. It certainly wasn’t a typical first day for […]

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