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Sponsored content: Idaho County Light and Power talks about future.

One of my favorite quotes has always been, “Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” Yet sometimes remembering our history with the goal of repeating it can actually be a good thing.

January 17, 2018 11:10 a.m. read more..


Sponsored content: Be prepared for winter storms

Winter storm severity varies depending on where you live, but nearly all Americans are affected by extreme winter storms at some point. ICL&P cares about your safety, and we want you to be prepared.

December 20, 2017 2 p.m. read more..


Sponsored content: ICL&P adopts smallest rate increase in co-op’s history

If you attended your annual meeting on Nov. 2, you heard a lot of information about your cooperative, including an upcoming rate increase this Jan. 1. It’s never easy to raise rates, because our members are our owners, but costs continue to increase. We work diligently to make sure that you receive safe, affordable and reliable power at cost. This, after all, is the cooperative way.

November 15, 2017 12:19 p.m. read more..


Sponsored content: Idaho County Light & Power is observing National Co-op Month

ICL&P is joining 30,000 cooperatives nationwide in October to celebrate National Co-op Month, which recognizes the many ways cooperatives are committed to strengthening the local communities they serve. “Co-ops Commit” is the theme for this year’s celebration, spot-lighting the countless ways cooperatives meet the needs of their members and communities.

October 24, 2017 midnight read more..
 

Sponsored content: H.R. 3144 protects salmon and affordable hydro power

There’s good news for the Northwest and the federal hydro system that powers it: Key members in the Congressional delegation have stepped up to declare the value of affordable, renewable hydropower to our economy and way of life. They’re as-serting their rightful authority over the eight federal dams that serve families and businesses in Montana, Idaho, Washington and Oregon.

August 17, 2017 midnight read more..
 

Sponsored content: Why the Snake River dams matter to us

All the power we provide comes from the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA). BPA is a nonprofit federal power marketing administration based in the North-west. They serve 142 customers, including us and 53 other cooperatives, at cost. With 21 federal hydroelectric dams, BPA generates enough power for 13.5 mil-lion people. This is quite an amazing feat when you think about it – and it happens with the flip of a switch!

June 27, 2017 8:18 p.m. read more..

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