This expert explains how and why advances in electric heating represent the wave of the future, and why Iowa is the perfect location for electric power to shine.
Our cooperative’s business continuity plan is designed to maintain the health and safety of the people working for us and to ensure that business critical operations continue without interruption.
When it comes to lighting, the potential for energy efficiency is just too great to ignore. Around the home, changing bulbs can change your electric bills, and the monthly savings can add up quickly.
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.
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.”
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...
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.