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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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  • ITC Great Plains Energizes V-Plan Transmission Line and Project Substations in Western Kansas

    The 122-mile V-Plan high-voltage transmission line has been placed into service. 

    Click here to view the news release.

  • ITC Conducting Fall Aerial Patrols of Transmission Lines in Southeast Oklahoma

    ITC will be conducting its semi-annual aerial patrols of high-voltage transmission towers and lines in southeast Oklahoma October 21 until October 24, weather permitting. The helicopter patrols are conducted to provide an overall status of the overhead transmission lines owned and operated by ITC Great Plains, LLC. The aerial inspections in southeast Oklahoma will cover an area ranging approximately 18 miles from Fort Towson in Choctaw County to near Millerton in McCurtain County.

    Click here to view the press release.

  • 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

What's Happening

  • ITC Participates in Trail Dedication

    ITC representatives participated in the ribbon cutting of the ITC Trail at Thurow Park in Dodge City, KS.   The trail was funded in part by charitable contributions from the Sunflower Foundation and ITC and furthers continued improvements to the city’s park system.

  • Kansas and Oklahoma Stakeholders Tour V-Plan Project

    Nearly 40 legislative, regulatory and chamber officials from Kansas and Oklahoma joined together on October 8 in Spearville, Kan., to learn more about ITC and the positive impact its V-Plan high-voltage transmission line will have on the region. Guests heard from ITC Great Plains President Kristine Schmidt, toured the Ironwood and Spearville substations and had the opportunity to witness the final project tower being raised and secured into place.

  • 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.