“Commitment to Zero Contacts” is a voluntary initiative that provides resources to help eliminate injuries by electrical contacts. In January of 2019, every NIPCO employee took the pledge to "Commit to Zero Contacts".
The 2018 NIPCO Midwest Golf Invitational raised $10,500 which was divided, evenly, among NIPCO's Class A Members to be distributed to twenty-two local and regional charities that serve within their territories.
Whether you plan to stay in your home or sell in the coming year, improving energy efficiency can increase the value of your home and save money, too.
Here’s a good New Year’s resolution for both you and your kids: learning how to save energy in your home.
Follow these suggestions to finding a reputable, reliable HVAC professional (and use the list for finding other contractors, too).
The holidays are a time of giving. If you plan to donate to charities this holiday season, avoid being taken and follow these suggestions before you give.
Employees from Northwest Iowa Power Cooperative and its member distribution cooperative North West Rural Electric Cooperative gathered to present a $9,000 donation to the Le Mars Little League.
Find out more about how and why we promote energy efficiency.
Did you know that washers and dryers are two of the costliest appliances to operate? These tips will help you save some of that energy.
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.