Power poles are an essential part of Idaho Power’s electrical grid. The company uses thousands of wooden power poles across its 24,000 square-mile service area, which extends from southeastern Idaho to eastern Oregon. But how does a power pole come to be?
Each pole in Idaho Power’s grid embarks on a long journey — usually, from the forests of western Washington to a decades-long stay providing reliable, affordable energy to Idaho Power’s customers.
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