Idaho Power Warns against Solar Scams and Misrepresentations

residential rooftop solar panels

Idaho Power continues to receive calls from customers reporting misleading statements from individuals selling rooftop solar panels. Common fraudulent tactics from door-to-door salespeople include individuals saying that Idaho Power sent them, that they work for Idaho Power or they are […]

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Buses Go Electric, Reduce Carbon Emissions

Mountain Stages bus recently converted to electric

Idaho Power recently worked with Mountain Rides Transportation Authority (MRTA), serving Blaine County, Idaho, to electrify their buses. This month, Mountain Rides will electrify four of their buses on their path to reduce carbon emissions in the Wood River Valley. […]

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Summer Energy Efficiency Guide Delivers Energy-saving Tips

Wattson the dog in a pool for the energy efficiency guide cover

Idaho Power’s 2021 Summer Energy Efficiency Guide is now available. If you missed it in your local newspaper, you can always find it at This season’s guide includes tips on using energy wisely this summer, reducing your energy footprint, […]

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Stay Clear of Power Lines When Pruning Trees

Homeowner pruning backyard tree.

Are you planning any yard work that involves pruning trees or planting them? If so, Idaho Power has several important safety reminders. Never attempt to prune a tree near power lines. In fact, keep a distance of at least 10 […]

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Idaho Power Sponsors New Exhibit at Children’s Museum

Kids will be fascinated by this new exhibit at the Children's Museum of Idaho.

Supporting customers and communities is an important part of Idaho Power’s role as a trusted energy provider. Through a new exhibit at the Children’s Museum of Idaho in Meridian, the company helped create a fun, hands-on educational resource in the […]

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National Go Fishing Day Coming June 18

National Go Fishing Day is great family time.

Friday, June 18, is National Go Fishing Day. Idaho is an awesome place to enjoy fishing and the great outdoors. Here are three tips to help make your trip a success: Do your research. Idaho is home to trout, salmon, […]

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Help Keep the Power on by Preventing Fires

Record-high temperatures last week put southern Idaho on notice: Wildfire season is here. As always, Idaho Power is working hard to ensure reliable, affordable energy and proactively mitigate the risks of wildfires. The company is asking customers to help by […]

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