OUR MISSION IS OUR MEMBERS
INLAND POWER IS FIGHTING TO KEEP YOUR RATES LOW!
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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.