ITC Fact Sheets

 
ITC Holdings Corp.

ITC Holdings Corp., a Fortis company, is the nation’s largest independent electric transmission company. Through its regulated operating subsidiaries, 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 approximately 15,700 circuit miles of transmission line.
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ITC Michigan

ITC Holdings Corp. has two operating subsidiaries in Michigan: ITCTransmission and METC (collectively, ITC Michigan). The systems comprise 8,700 circuit miles of transmission line serving the majority of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula.
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METC

Michigan Electric Transmission Company, LLC (METC) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of ITC Holdings Corp. METC owns, operates and maintains approximately 5,600 circuit miles of transmission lines serving most of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula.
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ITCTransmission

ITCTransmission owns, operates and maintains approximately 3,100 circuit miles of transmission lines in southeast Michigan. ITC’s focus on transmission and grid development drives operational excellence and delivers superior value for customers, communities and other stakeholders.
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ITC Midwest

ITC Midwest, LLC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of ITC Holdings Corp. (ITC). ITC Midwest operates more than 6,600 circuit miles of transmission lines in Iowa, Minnesota, Illinois and Missouri.
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ITC Great Plains

ITC Great Plains, LLC is a transmission-only utility operating in the Southwest Power Pool region. The company currently operates 436 circuit miles of transmission lines in Kansas and Oklahoma. ITC Great Plains is a subsidiary of ITC Grid Development, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of ITC Holdings Corp.
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