When winter hits with full force, our home may need a boost of heat beyond our furnace system. A portable heater offers relief but use it safely.
Old, outdated electronic items need a proper “burial,” don’t just toss them into the trash.
Candles throw off a warm glow, lighting your dinner table or brightening your holiday décor. However, an open flame is a fire danger.
These smart products also make smart presents, as their energy savings and convenience are gifts that keep on giving.
These six tips can help you bring order to the chaos of storing holiday decorations for another year.
Energy efficiency technologies and information for contractors and building trades professionals are the focus of the 2020 Momentum is Building (MIB) conference, scheduled for Feb. 6 and 7 in Des Moines, Iowa. The conference provides attendees with continuing education credits, networking opportunities, presentations by recognized industry energy efficiency and building trades experts, along with exhibits on state-of-the-art technologies.
NIPCO's Multi-Year Construction Plan focuses efforts to modernize transmission infrastructure that is over 50 years old and was part of NIPCO’s original build. Why is it necessary and how far have we come? NIPCO's Engineering & Operations Manager explains.
Iowa's electric cooperatives have invested in energy efficiency measures for decades to encourage the wise use of electricity. As efficiency measures evolve, they must be regularly evaluated for effectiveness, value, and to meet consumer demand.
Virtual Reality (VR) technology takes you into the treetops with Lineman Eric to understand why vegetation management practices aid in the safe and reliable delivery of power to member-consumers.
At the October 2019 Board Meeting, the NIPCO Board of Directors approved a resolution setting NIPCO's 2020 Wholesale Power Rate. Rates are impacted by several factors. Here is what members can expect and how the rate was calculated.