2021 projects will improve grid resiliency, operational efficiency, and energy consumption, as well as deepen the cooperative’s understanding of electric storage technology and how it will benefit consumers.
Keith Schiltz has seen communications technology evolve from filament tubes to transistors, then from transistors to solid state chips and then to surface mount chips. Devoting his entire career to NIPCO, Schiltz will retire in January 2021 with 45 years of service to the cooperative.
In November of 2020, NIPCO celebrated milestone service anniversaries for eight employees and three directors. Find out who was recognized for their dedication to the generation and transmission cooperative.
Thinking of driving electric? The economics of electric vehicles are affected by geography, climate and how electricity is generated.
We’ve experienced a few devastating storms in recent years, so if the worst happens this winter, here are ways to use your “unplugged” time wisely.
Is dry air causing sore throats, coughing, and static cling? Perhaps it’s time to add moisture to your home. Read on for the benefits of humidifiers and how to purchase and care for these appliances.
With energy-smart cooking tips, you can save money and make the holidays delicious at the same time.
Channel your "inner Santa" and follow these energy efficient tips during the holiday season and all year long.
Check out ways you can extend a lifeline to those who are alone right now through a gift chosen with care and lots of love.
Our military veterans deserve our unending gratitude for their service to our country, on Veterans Day and every day. Find out how veterans contribute to the NIPCO workforce.