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a greater grid for the Great Plains

We’re creating the power grid of tomorrow for your life today.

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Who We Are

ITC Great Plains works with stakeholders and customers to bring reliable, low-cost electricity to parts of Kansas and Oklahoma.

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Our projects range from small-scale substations to major transmission projects that form the backbone of our national grid.

How We Serve Your Community

ITC Great Plains is committed to supporting our communities and those who make them great places to live and work. From charitable giving to environmental initiatives, here’s how we’re honoring that commitment every day.

The Three Components in Electric Power Transmission

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We specialize in owning and operating electricity transmission systems—not power generation or distribution functions. Our sole focus on transmission produces best-in-class operations, reliability and congestion improvements, and access to all generation resources.  

$594M Invested to improve the regional power grid since 2009
470 Transmission circuit miles
2,120 Transmission structures
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A Greater Grid, Together

We can’t build the power grid of the future alone. ITC Great Plains works closely with a variety of stakeholders—from municipal leaders to residents—to create electric power transmission solutions that lower costs, increase efficiency and improve reliability. We know we’re better together here in the plains.

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Hugo – Valliant Transmission Project

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The Saddle Substation shown from above

Saddle Substation Project

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The completed KETA Project

KETA Transmission Project

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We welcome the participation of ITC in the Nationwide Candidate Conservation Agreement for Monarch Butterfly on Energy and Transportation Lands. ITC joins a growing group of businesses and agencies dedicated to securing the future of the monarch by creating and conserving habitat along rights of way across the country. Sean P. Sweeney Fish and Wildlife Biologist | U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service


From traditional utilities and independent power producers to municipalities and commercial and industrial manufacturers, we’re proud to serve our customers in Kansas and Oklahoma.

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