CLAIM: Idaho Home to America’s Second Worst River
The river has some pollution issues.
Is Idaho Saving or Using too Much Energy in the United States?
Each state costs different amounts to use energy in your house. Here are the states to avoid, and the ones to live in to save money on energy costs.
More Idaho Homes are Going to be Electrified by Garbage
The methane captured now lights the entire city!
Get Free Trees From Idaho Power in Magic and Wood River Valleys
If you live in the Magic or Wood River valleys you can get free trees from Idaho Power as part of a special program to reduce energy use
Idaho’s Scott Bedke Remains Opposed to Removal of Dams
It would also bring about higher prices for electricity.
Idaho at the Center of a Global Energy Revolution
Just two such units could power all of Twin Falls.
Crashes Knocked Out Power In Wood River Valley At Start of New Year
Wood River Valley authorities say two car crashes knocked out power as they damaged power poles last week.
Removing Snake River Dams Would Devastate Idaho Farming
He warns it’s an idea bordering on foolhardy.
Wind and Solar Remain Far Fetched For Power
I’ve also got no plans to subsidize your plans.
Thankfully We Won’t See California’s Energy Issues in Idaho
The power company doesn’t want any more lawsuits in a lawsuit happy state.
Idaho Is Business Friendly But Could Be Better
Idaho energy costs are fourth best in the country.
Power Out for 4,000 in Magic Valley
More than 4,000 people in the Magic Valley are without power this morning.
Company Plans to Turn Cassia County Manure Into Power
An international energy company says it plans to build facilities to convert cow manure into electricity in Cassia County
Company, Idaho Regulators at Odds Over Battery Storage Plan
A case before federal regulators involving an Idaho-based company's proposal to build a lithium-ion battery storage facility could have far-reaching ramifications for emerging battery-storage technologies.
Idaho Power Scaling Back Plans at Shoshone Falls Facility
Idaho Power is scaling back its plan to boost hydroelectric capacity at its power-generating facility at Shoshone Falls in south-central Idaho
Tentative Deal Approves $216 Million for Idaho Utility
Idaho officials have reached a tentative agreement approving a utility company's $216.5 million in relicensing expenses for a three-dam hydroelectric project on the Snake River on the Idaho-Oregon border.
Tiny Montana Firm Restores Puerto Rico’s Power
When the work is complete, the territory’s grid should be state-of-the-art.
New Path Sought for Gateway West Transmission Lines in Idaho
Federal officials have reopened public comments on proposed routes for two high-voltage transmission lines in southwestern Idaho intended to modernize the Pacific Northwest's energy grid.