News Briefs

Spring Storms Boost Regional Snowpack

Wet weather in March and early April boosted southern Idaho’s snowpack to near the 30-year average. That’s good news for Idaho Power customers, who got nearly half of their electricity from dams on the Snake River and its tributaries last […]

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7th Annual Treefort Music Fest Captures National Audience

Idaho Power was a proud sponsor of Treefort Music Fest last weekend, lending our downtown parking lot to the family-friendly Kidfort. The five-day music festival garnered national attention from multiple media outlets, including Newsweek. “Boise’s Ambitious Festival Showcases its Boom” […]

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Annual Fixed Cost Adjustment Calls for Rate Decrease

Idaho Power recently filed its annual Fixed Cost Adjustment (FCA). The 2017 FCA proposes a rate decrease that, if approved by the Idaho Public Utilities Commission, would save the average Idaho residential customer $3.60 on their monthly energy bill starting […]

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Newsletter Highlights Customer Convenience

The March issue of Connections, Idaho Power’s monthly customer newsletter, focuses on convenient customer options for paying bills, monitoring energy use, starting/transferring service and more. The issue highlights the company’s Auto Pay and Paperless Billing programs, which allow customers simple, […]

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Retired Company Vehicle Supports Emergency Response

The Idaho City Volunteer Fire Department is the proud owner of a retired Idaho Power truck donated to support the community’s emergency-response activities. Community Relations Representative Bryan Wewers handed over the keys to Brent Adamson, a commissioner for the Idaho […]

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Idaho Power Supports Arbor Day Grants, Tree Health

For the last 16 years, Idaho Power has partnered with other utilities and the Idaho Department of Lands to support Arbor Day grants for communities to purchase trees, shrubs and related materials for Arbor Day celebrations. This year Idaho Power […]

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Stay Clear of Overhead Power Lines

Spring brings warmer temperatures and opportunities to start outdoor projects. Idaho Power reminds you to examine your surroundings before you begin work. Look up and look around for overhead power lines before moving ladders and irrigation pipe or using pruners […]

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