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EST

1937

OUR MISSION IS OUR MEMBERS

ACCESS YOUR INLAND POWER ACCOUNT ANYTIME, ANYPLACE

Inland Power offers an online and mobile tool to make viewing your account, making payments and changing your online preferences easier than ever via our SmartHub website and mobile app.

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CALLING ALL HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORS!

Inland Power is excited to announce that we will be selecting two high school juniors within our service territory to receive an all-expense paid trip to Washington D.C. to attend the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association’s Youth Tour! The event will be held June 17 to June 22, 2024. During the conference, student attendees will represent Inland Power and Washington state as they learn leadership skills, discuss civic engagement, and meet with legislative leaders from their respective areas.

All applicants’ primary residence must be served by Inland Power to be eligible. Our application deadline is Nov. 30, 2023. To view our youth flyer and application, please click below to view flyer and application. 

ABOUT US

When investor-owned utilities bypassed the nation’s rural areas because of sparse population, citizens eventually took matters into their own hands. Inland Power was organized in 1937 by some of these spirited forerunners who were dedicated to getting farm folks “to see the light.” On April 27, 1938, 160 farms northeast of Spokane were the first Inland members to receive power from the cooperative.

Today, Inland Power is the largest electric cooperative in the state and continues to grow with approximately 46,000 meters. We serve 13 counties in eastern Washington and northern Idaho. 

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Inland Power is my cooperative!

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LIGHT READING

Read our current newsletter for the latest update on your cooperative.

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OUTAGE CENTER

From time-to-time, events beyond our control create outages. When that happens we will keep you posted with important information in our Outage Center. To view specific details of each reported Inland Power outage, click here to go to our Outage Center.

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GO PAPERLESS

Receiving and paying your monthly electric bill online is a convenient and easy way to save time and money. You can also significantly reduce waste by not receiving a paper bill and paying with a check each month.

2022 ANNUAL REPORT

Our annual report is an informational overview of 2022 and provides a helpful vision on how Inland Power is leading our co-op into a New Era in Engery. 

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Upgrade your smart thermostat for FREE!

We are giving away smart thermostats to all Inland Power members with electrically-heated homes! Limit one claim per home. Click here to claim your FREE thermostat!

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INLAND POWER'S
BILL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

At Inland Power we understand that financial burdens can come up from time to time. Our goal is to help valued members through our bill assistance program when those challenging times arise.

 

PROGRAM DETAILS

AND REQUIREMENTS:

We're here for you!

  • Must be current Inland Power residential member.

  • Qualified member are allowed to submit one application request per calendar year.

  • Assistance allowance is only for the current amount due with a maximum of $350.

  • All documentation requirements listed in the application package must be included at the time your application is submitted.

  • Complete, sign and date application

To learn more, please contact us at inlandpower@inlandpower.com or 509-747-7151

INLAND POWER IS FIGHTING TO KEEP YOUR RATES LOW!

Join the fight and help us advocate for fewer regulations that raise your electric rates. Click here to learn more about how you help take action. Don't let over-regulation make your power expensive and unreliable!!

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