Have you ever noticed your lights blink during a thunderstorm? Or perhaps you’ve noticed a blinking microwave clock? When this happens, you’ve likely experienced a brief disruption to your electric service, which could result from a power surge or blink.
There are more than 3,500 fires on college campuses every year. Students use ,any electronics for school, work, and play. When used improperly, these helpful gadgets can become electric hazards. If you or a loved one is heading off to college, please look over the following tips to prevent electric accidents and fires.
Jamie Olmer was only 21 when she bought a building in her hometown of Creston. All she saw was potential. “I knew I had to try to save it.”
Properly insulating your home reduces heating and cooling costs and improves comfort. It really pays to have the right amount of insulation. Loup Power has incentives that can help offset the cost of these energy upgrades.
Storm season is upon us, which means greater potential for power outages. If you’re planning to use a portable generator in the event of an outage, we want to remind you to play it safe.
Utility scammers are constantly working to get your hard-earned money. We have some tips to help you spot their scams.
Refrigerated or frozen foods may not be safe to eat after the loss of power. Find out what you can do to keep food safe during a power outage, and when you need to throw away food that could make you sick. BEFORE: Prepare for emergencies or natural disasters: DURING: AFTER: MORE STORIES
Having an open fire is often a key and enjoyable part of camping. The smell of woodsmoke and the pop and hiss of burning wood in a campfire brightens any night out in the woods, mountains, or beach. However, you want to make sure you control your fire, and not the other way around! Know
The warm days of summer are here, but while temperatures are rising, your energy costs don’t have to. Did you know, the average home spends $1,900 per year on utility bills, with nearly half going to heating and cooling?
In early June 2022, Loup Power District employees saw a vintage Volkswagen van pull up to the electric vehicle charging station in the parking lot. They had to investigate. This was indeed “different.”