The Shared Power program is designed for member-owners with larger than normal electric usage during only one or two months of the year (seasonal loads).
The cost-of-service study findings indicate essentially a revenue-neutral change (an overall 0.39 percent increase in revenues) meaning the amount of money paid by the total membership remains basically the same.
This annual conference focuses on energy-efficient home building and remodeling in our area.
If you are thinking of purchasing a generator, here’s info about the size you’ll need to power the critical appliances in your home, and safety suggestions, too.
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.”
Home building expert Bill McAnally shares his Top 20 list of chores to do now to get your home prepared for winter.
The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program is available to assist qualifying low-income homeowners and renters with their home heating expenses.
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.