By returning excess operating margins to its membership, the NIPCO Board of Directors acted in accordance with two cooperative principles: members’ economic participation and democratic member control.
The CHARGE EV, LLC, family has grown to 49 participating cooperatives.
During the afternoon and evening hours of December 15, 2021, a storm system swept through the upper Midwest, bringing with it high winds and tornadic activity.
Incorporating a pilot project in western Iowa is a concept that has been brought to fruition, thanks to the Cooperative Principle of “Cooperation among Cooperatives” and the efforts of the seven member electric cooperatives of Northwest Iowa Power Cooperative (NIPCO).
Even though Doug Nemmers knew the job at NIPCO was the right one for him, he accepted another job instead. Forty years later, he looks back on his career at the generation and transmission cooperative.
In November, executive VP and general manager Matt Washburn recognized seven NIPCO employees who celebrated milestone service anniversaries within the NIPCO organization in 2021.
Winter storms bring many challenges. Prepare, then stay safe during and after a storm this winter.
Cozy up your home for the remainder of the winter by vowing to seal and caulk both inside and out.
Iowa’s electric cooperatives are sponsoring this conference to focus on energy-efficient building technologies.
In high wind situations, there’s the potential for power outages due to branches, limbs and trees coming into contact with power lines. Our region has been notified of a high wind warning, forecasting wind gusts as high as 60 to 70 miles per hour for most of Iowa.
We are monitoring the conditions and staying in close contact with our power providers.