September 13, 2016 – November 3, 2016
In 2016, Idaho Power is commemorating a century of service in southern Idaho and eastern Oregon. To celebrate, Idaho Power invites the communities we serve to view a historical traveling exhibit, opening at the Idaho Museum of Natural History on Tuesday, September 13, with an opening event on Friday, September 16, from 5 to 7 p.m. An Idaho Power representative will make a brief presentation at 6 p.m.
Through stories, photographs, artifacts and interactive displays, the exhibit showcases by decade the challenges our company faced and the work our employees did to ensure reliable, fair-priced energy for our first 100 years and for years to come.
Idaho Power President and CEO Darrel Anderson is excited about our centennial year and what it represents for Idaho Power communities and past and present employees.
“Those who came before us created a strong foundation on which we continue to build,” Anderson said. “To celebrate this legacy, the company is proudly recognizing employees and retirees, and sharing our rich history with our communities through traveling and online exhibits.”
This is the final stop on the exhibit’s 2016 tour throughout our service area. To view the online exhibit and documentary video series, visit idahopower.com/100years.