Renovated Swan Falls Powerhouse Museum Opens this Weekend

Historic display at Swan Falls Museum

The Historic Swan Falls Powerhouse Museum reopens to the public on Saturday with new displays that offer a window into the history surrounding Idaho Power’s oldest hydroelectric power plant. The museum, located about 20 miles south of Kuna, is open […]

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Idaho Power Warns Customers of Solar Scams

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Idaho Power is seeing an uptick in reports of misleading statements by some companies selling rooftop solar systems in the Treasure Valley and Magic Valley areas. Some common tactics being reported include solar sales representatives: Targeting Spanish-speaking customers with false […]

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Season’s Best Shoshone Falls Viewing is Happening Now

Shoshone Falls

Flows over Shoshone Falls are hitting their peak for this year as spring runoff and releases from upstream reservoirs send large volumes of water over the 212-foot cataract near the city of Twin Falls. An estimated 4,000 cubic feet per […]

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Spring Electrical Safety Tips from Idaho Power

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As you prepare for more outdoor activities this spring, Idaho Power is sharing with customers the following ways to stay safe around electricity. Before plugging into outdoor cords, inspect the cords to ensure there is no damage or fraying caused […]

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Enrollment Open for Idaho Power’s Empowered Community

Graphic for Empowered Community that says Your Opinion Matters

Idaho Power is seeking input to help tailor programs and services to best serve customers as the company works to continue providing safe, reliable, affordable energy. Enrollment is open for Idaho Power’s Empowered Community, an exclusive online community of customers […]

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