Energy Saving Advice for Your Home


As we all take measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19, we are undoubtedly spending more time at home. If you are caring for children home from school or working from home, you may experience an increase in energy use. […]

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Spring Farm Work Prompts Important Safety Reminder


Idaho Power wants to remind our agricultural customers – and everyone – to stay safe this spring by keeping these tips in mind: When moving irrigation pipes, ladders or other equipment, always look up for power lines and use a […]

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Arbor Day Grants Available to Help Communities Plant Trees

people planting trees

Arbor Day is coming up, and Idaho Power is helping local communities plant trees to help with  energy conservation. The Idaho Nursery and Landscape Association (INLA) and the Idaho Department of Lands (IDL), along with utilities Idaho Power, Avista and […]

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Helping Students Make Communities Safer through CPR Training


Idaho Power and the American Heart Association (AHA) are making our communities a little safer by donating CPR training kits to 14 local schools and school districts across Idaho. The state’s health curriculum requires CPR training for staff and students, […]

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March Newsletter Focuses on Environmental Stewardship


The Snake River brings southern Idaho to life, driving commerce, agriculture, tourism and recreation. The river also fuels reliable, affordable, clean energy as it flows through the hydropower projects that provide nearly half of Idaho Power’s energy. In the March […]

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Winter Camping Can be Wonderful at Idaho Power Parks


If cabin fever’s starting to set in, remember Idaho Power’s campgrounds remain open year-round (weather permitting), and the rates are low. RV sites in Hells Canyon are just $8 per night, and $4–$5 per night at C.J. Strike, through March […]

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