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Kids are heading back to school in the next couple of weeks. That means increased traffic and more children to watch out for as you complete your morning and afternoon commutes. Idaho Power encourages drivers to watch for school children […]

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One of our Community Education Representatives

With the school year fast approaching, Idaho Power’s team of five community education representatives will soon return to classrooms across the company’s service area. Every year, the team shares free presentations with students on topics including electrical safety, energy efficiency, […]

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three energy-savings kit boxes for businesses

Idaho Power business customers can get a free energy-saving kit delivered directly to their business. Kits are available for: Offices/Small Businesses Restaurants Retailers Items in the kits vary depending on business type. Free items range from LED lights to aerators […]

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save time and peace of mind with idaho power auto pay and paperless billing

Idaho Power offers multiple ways to pay your bill to help make customers’ lives easier. Paperless billing is available for those who wish to stop receiving a paper bill, and Auto Pay allows customers to set up recurring monthly payments. […]

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Idaho Power’s 2018 Summer Energy Efficiency Guide appeared in regional newspapers beginning July 29, providing useful advice on ways to save energy during hot summer months. The guide includes tips on vacation energy savings, a detailed map of ways to […]

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the word "scam" in red over a pile of cash

When Colby Patchin, owner of Boise Pottery, got a phone call insisting he pay his power bill immediately or face shutoff, he was leery. But when he returned the call, the recorded message and the person on the other end […]

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two ospreys sitting in a nest atop a nesting platform

Idaho Power builds and installs platforms on poles to give osprey a safe place to nest around power lines. Recently, Idaho Power got some unexpected help from the Meridian Chapter of the Future Farmers of America (FFA). As part of […]

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downed powerline car accident

On average, Idaho Power’s service area sees at least one car-pole accident each day of the year. There have already been more than a dozen car-pole collisions this July, leading to outages for more than 2,000 customers. The average car-pole […]

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Thirty-four pieces of Idaho Power equipment, including cars, pickups, vans, snowmobiles, jet boats and trailers will be auctioned off on Saturday, July 21, at Dealers Auto Auction (DAA) of Idaho, 3323 Port St., Nampa. Doors open at noon and the […]

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hands demonstrating how to hold a catfish without getting stung by it

Have you ever handled a catfish? With the 20,000 channel cats Idaho Power recently stocked in Milner Reservoir near Burley, you may have an opportunity. Channel catfish have sharp spines on their dorsal and pectoral fins — watch this short […]

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