Rebates and incentive programs for cooperative consumer-members that encourage the efficient use of electricity have been approved for 2020 and are effective January 1, 2020. The biggest change includes the introduction of rebates for Level 2 electric vehicle chargers. (Electric vehicles, like the Ford Focus BEV shown here, reduce exhaust emissions. Photo Credit: Ford Motor Company.)
An unseasonably cold and wet November produced an all-new record peak for any November in NIPCO's history, thanks to higher-than-anticipated electric heat and crop-drying in western Iowa.
After 33 years as NIPCO's Sr. Administrative Assistant, Melody Sherrill's keen eye and positive spirit will be missed around the halls of NIPCO. As for the future of the famed Board Room Stick? One can only guess.
This annual conference offers continuing education to local building trades professionals.
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Old, outdated electronic items need a proper “burial,” don’t just toss them into the trash.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.