Latest Idaho Power Co. Stories
By Carlson, Brad Idaho Power Co. parent Idacorp Inc. reported second quarter net income of $17.5 million or 39 cents per diluted share compared to $18.5 million or 42 cents per diluted share a year earlier. Analysts on average expected Idacorp to earn 42 cents per share in the recent quarter.
By Hagadone, Zach Idaho public utility regulators approved an application from Idaho Power Co. Aug. 8 to purchase power from the proposed anaerobic digester plant at the Big Sky Dairy outside Gooding.
By Anonymous Idaho public utility regulators approved an application from Idaho Power Co. to purchase power from the proposed anaerobic digester plant at the Big Sky Dairy outside Gooding.
By The Idaho Statesman, Boise Aug. 1--The Idaho Public Utilities Commission has set an Aug. 8 deadline for anyone wanting to file as "intervenors" in the latest Idaho Power Co. rate increase case. Idaho Power seeks an average 9.9 percent overall rate increase.
By Hagadone, Zach Overcoming the obstacles of future demands on energy are only part of the challenges facing energy providers, IDACORP President and CEO LaMont Keen told some of the state's biggest economic movers. "We are in some interesting times in the energy sector in this country," he said.
By David Cooper, The Times-News, Twin Falls, Idaho Jun. 28--In a year filled with skyrocketing gas prices and costly food and grocery bills, Idaho customers may see their third power rate increase in a 12-month span. On Friday, Idaho Power Co.
By Nate Poppino, The Times-News, Twin Falls, Idaho Jun. 19--A Magic Valley dairy may become the first in the state to sell electricity to Idaho Power Co. using an anaerobic digester.
By Hagadone, Zach Idaho Power Co.'s new 170-megawatt gas-fired Danskin CT1 power plant at Evander Andrews Power Complex in Mountain Home went on- line less than a month ago, but since the Idaho Public Utilities Commission approved a rate increase on June 1 the power company will already start recouping some of its $64.2 million construction costs.
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