With 41 years under his lineman's belt, Madsen is grateful to retire safely from an industry that takes great pride in dedicating resources to education, equipment, and processes that ensure the health and safety of its workers.
Follow best practices for any outdoor burning you undertake. Otherwise, the results may get dangerous and expensive.
Why it pays to use this test to determine the energy efficiency of your new home or remodeling project.
An expert home appraiser shares details about why making your home more energy efficient can pay dividends in lower utility bills and a higher price when selling.
NIPCO Directors and employees are passionate about their commitment to NIPCO’s “Members FIRST” promise and contribute in many ways to NIPCO’s mission. Six NIPCO employees and one Director celebrated service anniversaries in 2019. Find out who were honored for their years of service.
Have your older electrical wiring checked by a qualified electrician. There are several reasons why old wiring can be a fire danger.
Typical Iowa winter weather can mean a load of snow sitting up on your roof. If heat is leaking out of your house, that snow can cause a common winter problem called “ice damming.”
The adage, "You can't improve what you don't measure" is what led NIPCO to begin the practice of surveying their Class A Members, beginning in the fall of 2015. Member Satisfaction Surveys are conducted every two years and measures the generation and transmission cooperative's performance as it delivers on its mission and goals.
We believe that the greenest kilowatt-hour is the one that you never use. Our cooperative is a not-for-profit electric cooperative providing safe, reliable, affordable, and environmentally responsible power to our members living in western Iowa. We offer a wide variety of incentives to save energy and to save you money. Here are our Top 5...
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.)