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ITC Holdings Corp.

ITC is the largest independent electricity transmission company in the US. We provide transmission grid solutions to improve reliability, expand access to energy markets, allow new generating resources to interconnect to our systems and lower the overall cost of delivered energy.  ITC connects a variety of customers at transmission-level voltages – including generation and distribution utilities, municipal utility systems, rural electric utility cooperatives, and commercial and industrial customers which require high-voltage electricity. Through this work we deliver power to customers through several Midwest states, spanning from metropolitan Detroit westward to the community of Dodge City, Kansas.  Based in Novi, Michigan, ITC is a subsidiary of Fortis Inc., a leader in the North American regulated electric and gas utility industry.  Visit www.fortisinc.com.
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ITC Michigan

ITC Michigan is composed of two operating companies serving most of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula with power transmission infrastructure:  ITCTransmission serving southeast Michigan, and Michigan Electric Transmission Company (METC) serving most of the rest of the Lower Peninsula.  Based in Novi, Michigan.  
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Michigan Electric Transmission Company (METC)

METC owns, operates and maintains power transmission infrastructure serving most of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula. Together with ITCTransmission, which serves the southeast region of the state, the two utilities are known as ITC Michigan.  Based in Novi, Michigan, with regional offices in Lansing and Wayland.
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ITCTransmission

ITCTransmission owns, operates and maintains power transmission infrastructure serving southeast Michigan. Together with Michigan Electric Transmission Company (METC), which serves most of the rest of the Lower Peninsula, the two utilities are known as ITC Michigan.  Based in Novi, Michigan.  
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ITC Midwest

ITC Midwest owns, operates and maintains power transmission infrastructure serving most of Iowa and parts of Minnesota, Illinois and Missouri, and with a project in development in Wisconsin.  ITC Midwest has regional offices in Cedar Rapids, Des Moines, Dubuque, Iowa City and Perry, Iowa; and Albert Lea, Lakefield and Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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ITC Great Plains

ITC Great Plains operates power transmission infrastructure serving parts of Kansas and Oklahoma. As a transmission-only utility operating in the Southwest Power Pool (SPP) region, ITC Great Plains has the authority to construct, own, operate and maintain regulated, high-voltage power transmission systems. Regional offices in Dodge City, Topeka and Wichita, Kansas, and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
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