If you are renovating your home—and even if you aren’t but want to update to the latest safety measures—find out what is now required by the 2020 National Electrical Code.
Your spring-cleaning task list may include power-washing your home’s exterior. Follow these suggestions to prevent a serious electrical accident.
Hitting a power pole (or other electrical equipment) creates a scary and dangerous situation. Here’s how to keep your cool and remain safe.
NIPCO’s Control Center received several upgrades including an enhanced Map Board System and new video monitors.
Five students have received scholarships from NIPCO and Basin Electric Power Cooperative for the 2021/2022 academic year. Scholarships are awarded based on academic performance, student activity, volunteerism, and character.
While the February Grid Emergency pushed many electric cooperatives and utilities past its limits, NIPCO’s system proved strong, and much was learned from the experience.
Northwest Iowa Power Cooperative (NIPCO) recognized Nishnabotna Valley Rural Electric Cooperative (REC) Director, Don Applegate, with the distinguished “N-Ovation Award” during NIPCO’s virtual annual meeting on April 6th.
Each spring, NIPCO takes time to congratulate children of NIPCO employees who are celebrating May graduations.
As NIPCO gathered (virtually) for its first annual meeting since the pandemic began, we see glimpses of hope and reasons for optimism. NIPCO, our member cooperatives, and our power suppliers reported on why we believe we are STRONGER TOGETHER.
As we age, our eyes change, and our lighting needs change as a result. Get tips on lighting for safety and better vision from the experts.