Idaho Power Donates Truck to Rural Fire District

Murphy Reynolds Wilson District officials take truck donation from Idaho Power.

Keeping customers, communities and employees safe is an important value at Idaho Power — and a recent donation to the Murphy Reynolds Wilson Fire District will help volunteers respond to fire and other emergency situations for years to come. Idaho […]

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Energy-saving Tips for Fall

A new season has arrived, and cooler weather is right around the corner. Now is the perfect time to prepare your home for crisp fall weather. Idaho Power offers the following energy efficiency tips to get your home ready for […]

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Watch for Power Lines When Working Outside

As farmers and field workers enter the busy fall season, Idaho Power offers some best practices to help them stay safe when working near electrical equipment outside. When working near overhead power lines: Use a spotter when moving equipment, and […]

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Are You Prepared? Now is the Time to Take Stock

September is National Preparedness Month, and Idaho Power is reminding customers of the ways they can be ready in case of an extended power outage. With continued wildfires throughout the region and fall storms always a possibility, it’s important to […]

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National Hydropower Day Reminds Us of the Power of Water

Swan Falls Dam

Reliable, affordable and clean: hydroelectric power remains the single biggest source of electricity for Idaho Power customers, a fact worth celebrating on National Hydropower Day Wednesday. The National Hydropower Association chose “Cleaner Communities” as the theme for this year’s National […]

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Think Electrical and Driving Safety as School Starts

Like many companies, Idaho Power has employees who drive throughout our communities as part of their jobs. That’s why Idaho Power advocates for safe driving when children are returning to school and pedestrian traffic is higher. The energy company reminds […]

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