We beat the heat with our AC units. Learn more about options for achieving the settings that are the happy medium between comfort and higher utility bills or how to replace your unit, if you are in the market.
Learn more about the value of your electric cooperative membership, have your questions answered and register for great prizes, too!
Taking this step makes it more difficult for identity thieves to open fake accounts in your name.
Help lower your energy bill by making a few changes around the house during the summer.
State level geothermal credits are set to be eliminated beginning January 1, 2019.
This easy-to-do and inexpensive project can reap big benefits in your home.
Stay safe when plugging in on camping trips this summer, whether traveling in an RV or setting up a tent.
Many Iowans take to the trails (and the roads, too) this time of year. With the rash of car-bicycle crashes we’ve experienced in Iowa, take precautions for safe pedaling.
Be careful when burning road ditches to avoid damage to your Cooperative's poles, underground transformer cabinets and switch boxes.
Your employee team will be serving lunch at four locations in August.
The Iowa Lakes Electric Member-Owner Charitable Foundation Board is made up of volunteer member-owners that will meet quarterly in January, April, July and October to review grant applications.
If you are debating whether an electric mower can take on your lawn, the options are worth checking out.
Don’t get fooled by these Facebook scams.
Learn how our line crews stand, ready to serve, in the face of summer storms to keep the lights on for our member-owners.
Iowa Lakes Electric Cooperative is returning nearly $1 million ($999,220) of capital credits to its member-owners in May.
Use basic tools to determine whether apps, smart options and other features are worth your investment.
No doubt about it, electricity is a dangerous element. Find out how our promise supports your safety.
Spring storms can be scary while they surge and also after they pass on by.
The Federal tax credit is worth 30 percent of the cost of the system.
Distracted drivers are everywhere—but so are utility workers. Learn more and take the pledge to move over and slow down when passing Iowa utility vehicles with flashing lights.
If you’ve ever had questions about energy-saving and appliances, here is your chance to get some answers.
Haven’t filed your taxes yet? If not, read on to ensure that your identity isn’t used for a fake tax return.
Electric lines or transformers and playtime make a deadly combo. Protect your children from the dangers of electricity when they play outdoors.