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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Donation Provides Infant CPR Kits

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Idaho Power made a heartfelt donation to the American Heart Association (AHA). The money purchased 200 infant CPR kits, which will be distributed to hospitals across Idaho. Each kit includes supplies and training materials […]

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Be Prepared if Winter Weather Causes Power Outages

We're prepared for winter weather. Are you? Outages are rare and usually brief, but it's good to be ready.

Idaho Power keeps the lights on 99.96% of the time, but winter weather can lead to power outages. And while the average Idaho Power customer is without power for fewer than two hours a year, storm-related outages can last longer, […]

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Idaho Power Provides Helping Hands in the Magic Valley

Idaho Power employees recently delivered donations to five worthy causes in the Magic Valley.

Idaho Power continues to step up its community giving efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic. Regional Manager Joe Kendall and Regional Customer Relations Manager Jim Mason recently joined energy advisors Chris Bell and Angela Miller in delivering donations to five worthy […]

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Video: Documenting the Life of an Idaho Power Pole

Idaho Power poles come from forests like this one.

Power poles are an essential part of Idaho Power’s electrical grid. The company uses thousands of wooden power poles across its 24,000 square-mile service area, which extends from southeastern Idaho to eastern Oregon. But how does a power pole come […]

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Donation Helps Hailey Crisis Hotline Train Latino Leaders

Idaho Power employees present a donation to support the Wood River Valley crisis hotline program.

Idaho Power recently delivered a check to support the Hailey Crisis Hotline’s Latino Mentoring Program. The nonprofit Crisis Hotline has been supporting mental health and social well-being in the Wood River Valley since 1987. To address heightened community needs during […]

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