BOISE, ID. – Wild swings in the stock market, gasoline above three dollars a gallon, higher food prices. Next, Boise-area residents should brace themselves for higher utility rates.
If you add them all up, it could mean thirteen dollars more a month for the average user in the Boise area. Idaho Power accounts for at least seven dollars of that increase. Gregory Said is Vice President of Regulatory Affairs.
Gregory Said: “We are very aware of the economic times that our customers face and so the company takes great efforts to manage costs to reasonable levels.”