This past spring, the Iowa Legislature passed Senate File (SF) 2311 which made some significant changes to legal requirements on energy efficiency for IOUs, cooperatives, and municipals. NIPCO remains committed to energy efficiency programs for members and continues to evaluate their effectiveness.
Bruce Shostak will celebrate his retirement in December, following a 41-year career with NIPCO as a Civil Engineer.
On August 21, 2018, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released its proposed rule to replace the 2015 Clean Power Plan and regulate carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from coal-based power plants. How will this impact NIPCO?
The Iowa Association of Electric Cooperatives' Job Training and Safety Instructor observed or inspected 109 safety areas on a NIPCO job site this past August. How did they fare?
One hundred and twenty golfers raised over $10,000 to benefit local community non-profit groups and charitable organizations, within NIPCO’s service territory.
For years, LED lights have been promoted as the best lighting technology, however, they were expensive. It’s time to shed new light on these wonder bulbs.
Along with traditional hunter safety rules, follow these electrical safety tips for safer hunting this fall.
Our electric cooperative is part of a larger system serving Americans in numerous ways in many communities nationwide.
Americans are spending more time at home, which affects energy use. If this describes your lifestyle, find ways to stay cozy and save energy, too.
Phones (and tablets, too) carry lots of germs; find out how many and how you can clean it. Hint: Your phone may be the dirtiest thing in your purse or your pocket.