Value of ITC Study
ITC has long held that our investments in transmission improve service reliability, optimize the delivery of renewables and enable efficient wholesale electricity markets. So we presented the challenge of quantifying that value to a global consulting firm, ICF International. ICF studied our capital investments from 2008 to 2014 and concluded that our investments had positive financial impacts on reliability, renewable energy integration and market efficiency. Learn more.
Quantifying Our Value Fact Sheet
ICF Benefits Study for ITC
Wolverine Power Cooperative
Facing a tight, 18-month timeline to get a natural gas plant built and operating, Wolverine Power partnered with us to secure long lead-time equipment and to strengthen the 138 kV portion of the grid in northern Michigan. View the case study
NEXTera Energy Resources, a leading clean energy provider and developer of cutting-edge wind farm projects in Michigan’s Thumb area, needed a partner to provide the interconnections to the state’s electricity grid. View the case study
This report, prepared by Strategic Economics Group, presents results of the positive impact of ITC Midwest investments in Iowa. View the case study
Need for Transmission
This WIRES study found transmission is a key piece of the energy puzzle, even with new "non-transmission alternatives" such as microgrids. View the case study
Hemlock Semiconductor Group needed more power to fuel its energy-intensive production processes, so ITC formed a dedicated project team to to upgrade transmission facilities. View the case study
Gratiot County Wind Farm Interconnection
Connecting what would become Michigan’s largest-ever wind farm became one the most complex and challenging interconnection projects in ITC’s history, requiring significant new facilities and upgrades.
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