Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Learn about Idaho Power’s plans

Twin Falls meeting set for Nov. 3


By REBECCA MEANY
Express Staff Writer

Idaho Power will host a public meeting in Twin Falls tomorrow evening on its 2011 Integrated Resource Plan. The document addresses topics such as available and potential resources and energy demand, and includes a risk analysis and action plans.

The open house-style event in Twin Falls will include an educational presentation, a chance to ask questions and review the document, and a viewing of a short video about the development of the plan.

"Through our [Integrated Resource Plan] process we diligently plan for the future and take steps to position our company to serve our customers for the next 20 years, meet upcoming obligations and anticipated regulation while minimizing the impact to our customers and owners," Mark Stokes, Idaho Power's manager of power supply planning, said in a news release.

The nearest meeting to the Wood River Valley is in Twin Falls. The meeting is from 7-9 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 3, at Red Lion Canyon Springs, 1357 Blue Lakes Blvd. N.

For more information, contact Idaho Power's Brad Bowlin at (208) 388-2803 or bbowlin@idahopower.com.

Rebecca Meany: rmeany@mtexpress.com




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