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    ITC Great Plains

    ITC Great Plains, LLC is a transmission-only utility which seeks to build a more robust electricity transmission system providing access to reliable, non-discriminatory, competitive and low-cost energy throughout the Southwest Power Pool region. Based in Topeka, Kansas, ITC Great Plains holds transmission-only utility status in Kansas and Oklahoma, with authority to construct, own, operate and maintain a regulated, high-voltage transmission system. ITC Great Plains is a subsidiary of ITC Grid Development, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of ITC Holdings Corp., the nation’s largest independent electricity transmission company.

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Latest News

  • ITC Donates Books to Hugo School

    ITC was on hand at Hugo Middle School Tuesday to donate 150 science books to the school. ITC partnered with National University and Sally Ride Science to donate more than 600 science books to nine schools in southeastern Oklahoma, including Garvin, Idabel, Boswell, Grant, Broken Bow, Valliant and Fort Townson.

    Hugo Daily News - Aug. 28, 2013

  • ITC Presents Check to Spearville

    ITC Great Plains recently presented the Dodge City/Ford County Development Corporation a sponsorship check for $10,000 to be used for enhancements in the cities’ recreational facilities. These cities have been the hub of the Kansas V-Plan project and wonderful partners of ITC.

    Click here to view the press release.

  • Students from Dodge City and Pratt receive Technical Training Scholarships

    ITC recently renewed its support for utility lineman training programs at two Kansas community colleges by presenting checks toward scholarships for deserving students.

    Pratt Tribune - August 30, 2013

    Article courtesy of the Dodge City Daily Globe - September 11, 2013

What's Happening

  • Kansas Grazing Lands Tour

    ITC Great Plains joined with the Kansas Grazing Lands Coalition to host the National Grazing Lands Conservation Initiative on a tour of grazing lands in the Red Hills area. The group toured several ranches to see how are they are being managed to incorporate wildlife and landscape values into their livestock operations.

  • Garden City Farm and Ranch Show

    ITC Great Plains President Kristine Schmidt spoke live on air at the Garden City Kansas Farm and Ranch Show. This event was part of Mid America Ag Network’s largest indoor Farm and Ranch Show in Western Kansas and showcased ITC’s projects in Kansas to a vast audience of attendees as well as viewers of the Ag Network.