NIPCO joins Upper Midwest Electric Cooperatives in urging members of Congress to provide economic relief for rural America.
Each spring, NIPCO takes time to congratulate children of NIPCO employees who are celebrating May graduations.
Retiring from NIPCO after 43 years of leadership in engineering, operations, and electric infrastructure planning, Steve Ver Mulm leaves a legacy of innovation and leadership to the NIPCO system.
Despite impacted operations during a global pandemic, NIPCO, its member cooperatives and municipal utilities find opportunities to shine.
Planning for a health emergency, such as a pandemic, is unique from other business continuity planning. Having plans in place, however, ensures that critical operations can continue, uninterrupted, and in the safest manner possible.
Four students have received scholarships from NIPCO and Basin Electric Power Cooperative for the 2020/2021 academic year. Scholarships are awarded based on academic performance, student activity, volunteerism, and character.
If you are thinking of trimming the branches yourself, we have one word for you: DON’T.
Prepare your home and your emergency supplies so you’re ready for whatever weather comes our way in the next few months.
We work to keep you—and our line crew—safe year-round, but during this National Electrical Safety Month, we focus on our mission, and hope you take steps for your family’s safety, too.
Learn more about the dangers of mixing common chemicals.