With a wide range of fireworks now legal in Iowa, step up your safety precautions to enjoy a fun and safe July 4th holiday.
Prep your home to get along without you when you are gone.
Wind, solar and geothermal are all renewable energy sources moving into the consumer market.
How using electricity wisely can help out your neighbors (and your bottom line, too)
As the weather heats up, ceiling fans can help you keep your cool, and save on AC costs, too.
Summer offers plenty of recreational activities involving water: swimming, boating and fishing. Don’t ruin the fun with an encounter with electricity.
Who knew? Those balloons that are part of many spring and summer celebrations—from graduations to Mother’s Day—can pose a very real danger, including power outages, fires and injuries.
With all the talk about renewable energy, ethanol, coal and other energy sources, do you wonder about the stats on Iowa’s energy production?
LED Lighting: Try it, you'll
Iowa’s electric cooperatives and municipal utilities actively foster and utilize strategic partnerships to make significant contributions to economic sustainability and community vitality statewide. Iowa Area Development Group (IADG) annually recognizes their electric utility members for outstanding commitment, support, and participation in business development projects and local community initiatives. Find out which of Northwest Iowa Power Cooperative members were honored at this year's Annual Meeting.