ITC Holdings

ITC Holdings Corp. (NYSE: ITC) is the nation's largest independent electricity transmission company. ITC invests in the electric transmission grid to improve system reliability, expand access to markets, lower the overall cost of delivered energy and allow new generating resources to interconnect to our transmission systems. ITC owns and operates high-voltage transmission facilities in Michigan, Iowa, Minnesota, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma, serving a combined peak load exceeding 26,000 megawatts along 15,600 circuit miles of transmission line. We also focus on domestic and international expansion through investment in transmission infrastructure and merchant and other commercial development opportunities.

Economic Impacts

Research shows that business leaders and the public understand the importance of the grid to our economy. Read the research findings here and download the new infographic here.

Delivering Value

ITC's focus on transmission and grid expansion drives operational excellence and delivers superior value for customers, communities and other stakeholders. Since our inception in 2003, ITC has successfully acquired, integrated and improved the reliability of three transmission businesses,pioneered a transmission-only greenfield utility with three completed capital projects, and established a portfolio of actionable regional transmission development projects.


ITC Projects

Latest News

  • ITC's Environmental Practices Featured in Business Roundtable Sustainability Report

    The Business Roundtable’s annual sustainability report details how companies like ITC perform their work with the best interest of the environment in mind. Read ITC’s page here.

  • Nina Plaushin Provides Insight About EPA's Clean Power Plan in Electric Light & Power Magazine

    It's been more than 10 months since the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed the Clean Power Plan, also known as Section 111d of the clean air act. The plan is designed to cut greenhouse gas emissions from fossil-fired power plants.
    Read the full article here.

  • Terry Harvill Guest Article in Electric Light & Power Magazine

    With another cold winter resulting in increased electricity consumption, the time is right to underscore the importance of upgrading our grid with the capabilities needed to power our modern world. Read the full article here.

What's Happening

  • ITC Michigan Earns Tree Line USA Certification for Ninth Straight Year

    The Michigan Department of Natural Resources and the Arbor Day Foundation announced that ITC Michigan has again been certified as a “Tree Line USA" utility for its efforts to preserve healthier community forests and recognize the economic, health and aesthetic benefits trees offer. Click here to read the news release.

  • ITC Supports World’s Largest Youth Livestock Event

    ITC was pleased to support the centennial celebration of the 2015 Oklahoma Youth Expo event. Held every year in March at the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds, the 10-day show is known as the world’s largest youth livestock event and provides a venue for Oklahoma youth to display the finest quality market and breeding livestock in the country. The Oklahoma Youth Expo helps fund higher education opportunities for hundreds of youth pursuing studies in agriculture through scholarship awards and supports Oklahoma’s rural prosperity, agricultural economy and development of the state’s future agricultural leaders. More than 7,000 exhibitors along with their educators and families from all of Oklahoma's 77 counties attended this year’s milestone celebration.

  • ITC Midwest Honored for Environmental Excellence

    ITC Midwest earned the Governor’s Iowa Environmental Excellence Award in recognition of the company’s habitat restoration efforts in its transmission corridors. The Governor’s Iowa Environmental Excellence Awards are the premier environmental honors in Iowa, recognizing leadership and innovation in the protection of Iowa’s natural resources. ITC Midwest’s habitat restoration efforts include targeting invasive species for removal, promoting the establishment of native short woody plants that are naturally compatible with required line clearances, and modifying vegetation management techniques to minimize impacts to rare species.