Idaho Falls Power is a municipal electric utility serving the corporate city limits of Idaho Falls, Idaho. The City of Idaho Falls has operated a municipal electric generation system since 1900, when a small generator was installed in an irrigation canal to create electricity for streetlights. Today the City owns and operates five hydropower plants along the Snake River.
Idaho Falls is one of the oldest public power communities in the Pacific Northwest. Learn about our history and partnerships aimed and delivering affordable, reliable power to our customers.
The five city-owned hydroelectric projects provide, on average, about one-third of the electricity used in the City. Idaho Falls power also owns a portion of the Horse Butte Wind project, and it operates a small solar installation at our location on 140 S. Capital Avenue. Learn more about our power portfolio.
Idaho Falls Power issues an annual report and quarterly newsletters. We also post financial information here.
We’re always looking for talented individuals to join our team. Idaho Falls Power posts job openings through the City of Idaho Falls Human Resources Department.
If you have questions or comments, we would love to hear from you.