• Posted Jun 01, 2021

    ITC’s Continuing Response to COVID-19

    The health, safety and well-being of our employees, customers and the communities we serve is a top priority for ITC during these extraordinary times.
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  • Posted May 26, 2021

    ITC Midwest Provides Support for Mental Health Services

    Cedar Rapids, Iowa (May 26, 2021) – ITC Midwest is providing support to mental health agencies throughout its service footprint in May during Mental Health Awareness Month. The funding will directly support mental health services to those in need.
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  • Posted May 20, 2021

    ITC Midwest Provides Grant to Raccoon River Valley Trail to High Trestle Trail Connector Project

    Cedar Rapids, Iowa (May 20, 2021) – ITC Midwest is supporting recreational opportunities and tourism through a $5,000 grant awarded to the Raccoon River Valley Trail to High Trestle Trail Connector Project under development by the Dallas County Conservation Board.
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  • Posted May 10, 2021

    ITC Midwest Conducting Aerial Patrols of Transmission Lines

    Cedar Rapids, Iowa – May 10, 2021 – ITC Midwest will be conducting aerial patrols of high-voltage transmission structures and lines throughout its service territory from approximately May 17 – June 3, weather permitting. Helicopter patrols provide an overall status of the overhead transmission system owned and operated by ITC Midwest.
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  • Posted May 03, 2021

    ITC To Conduct Spring Aerial Patrols of Transmission Lines in Michigan

    NOVI, Michigan (May 3, 2021) – ITC will be conducting aerial patrols of the high-voltage transmission towers and lines in Michigan from approximately May 17 – June 17, weather permitting.
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  • Posted Apr 27, 2021

    ITC Michigan and ITC Midwest Named 2020 Tree Line USA by the Arbor Day Foundation

    The Arbor Day Foundation has once again named ITC Michigan and ITC Midwest a 2020 Tree Line USA® in honor of its commitment to proper tree pruning, planting and care in the provider’s service area.
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  • Posted Apr 15, 2021

    ITC Statement on American Jobs Plan

    President Biden’s plan to reenergize the power infrastructure in the American Jobs Plan is a positive step forward in establishing greater electric system reliability, efficiency and resiliency. The ability to move cheaper, cleaner electricity across the country and achieve carbon reduction goals all depends on a strategically planned transmission system.
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  • Posted Apr 14, 2021

    Mount Ayr Day Care Awarded Power of Connection Grant

    MOUNT AYR, IA – For 24 years, the Ringgold County Child Care Center (RCCCC) has been providing critical services to families in the Mount Ayr region. But next year, the Mount Ayr Community School District and Head Start Program will be relocating to the Mount Ayr Elementary School. With that relocation of programs, RCCCC is shifting its service base to younger children, and requiring an update to the existing facility. The planning for that transition will be aided in part through a $5,000 Power of Connection grant administered jointly by ITC Midwest and the Iowa Rural Development Council.
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  • Posted Feb 22, 2021

    Power of Connection Grant Awarded to Benefit Dysart Community

    DYSART, IA (February 22, 2021) – A local effort to meet child care needs has received $5,000 through a Power of Connection grant administered jointly by ITC Midwest and the Iowa Rural Development Council (IRDC).
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  • Posted Feb 22, 2021

    Power of Connection Grant Awarded to Benefit Clayton County

    ELKADER, IA (February 22, 2021) – A local effort to attract more professionals and families to Clayton County has received $5,000 through a Power of Connection grant administered jointly by ITC Midwest and the Iowa Rural Development Council (IRDC).
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  • Posted Jan 29, 2021

    Power of Connection Grant Awarded to Benefit St. Ansgar

    ST. ANSGAR, IA (January 28, 2021) – A local effort to expand housing and serve other community development needs has received $2,100 through a Power of Connection grant administered jointly by ITC Midwest and the Iowa Rural Development Council (IRDC).
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  • Posted Jan 29, 2021

    Power of Connection Grant Awarded to Benefit Peosta

    PEOSTA, IA (January 28, 2021) – A local effort to coordinate future planning and create an economic development organization has received $5,000 through a Power of Connection grant administered jointly by ITC Midwest and the Iowa Rural Development Council (IRDC).
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  • Posted Jan 14, 2021

    EEI names Alliant Energy and ITC as 2020 Emergency Response Award Recipients

    Cedar Rapids, Iowa (January 14, 2021) – The Edison Electric Institute (EEI) – the association that represents all U.S. investor-owned electric companies – has named Alliant Energy and ITC as recipients of EEI’s Emergency Response Award for working collaboratively to restore electricity following the August 10 derecho. Presented to EEI member companies, Emergency Response Awards recognize electric companies for their recovery and assistance efforts following service disruptions caused by extreme weather or other natural events. The winners, chosen by a panel of judges following an international nomination process, were announced today during EEI’s virtual Winter Board and Chief Executives Meeting.
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  • Posted Dec 23, 2020

    ITC Great Plains Provides Disaster Relief Funding to Support Small Business

    TOPEKA, Kan. (December 23, 2020) – As our communities continue to feel the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, ITC Great Plains has committed funding to economic development organizations with the charge for them to identify small businesses in their respective communities to receive support. The effort is part of ITC’s three-phase funding commitment to support relief agencies throughout its seven-state footprint.
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  • Posted Dec 18, 2020

    Power of Connection Grant Awarded to Benefit Winneshiek County

    DECORAH, IA – A local effort to meet child care needs has received $5,000 through a Power of Connection grant administered jointly by ITC Midwest and the Iowa Rural Development Council (IRDC).
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  • Posted Dec 11, 2020

    Hydro One and ITC Michigan ensure electricity reliability between Ontario and Michigan

    Windsor, ON, December 3, 2020 – Today, Hydro One and ITC Michigan (ITC), the company that owns and operates electricity transmission infrastructure in the state of Michigan, announced the completion of upgrades on an international transmission line that extends across the Detroit River from Keith Transformer Station (TS) in Windsor, Ontario to ITC’s Waterman TS in Detroit, Michigan.
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  • Posted Dec 09, 2020

    ITC Midwest Provides Nearly $300,000 in Disaster Relief Funding This Year

    Cedar Rapids, Iowa (December 10, 2020) – In support of pandemic and derecho disaster relief, ITC Midwest has awarded $292,000 to various organizations aiding those in need during 2020. This includes ITC Midwest’s December disbursement of $42,000 in funding to organizations and initiatives that support the small business community throughout its service territory.
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  • Posted Dec 09, 2020

    ITC Holdings Corp. Appoints David Hutchens to Board of Directors

    NOVI, Mich., December 9, 2020 – ITC Holdings Corp. (ITC) today announced it has appointed David Hutchens to its board of directors, effective January 1, 2021. Mr. Hutchens currently serves as Chief Operating Officer of ITC parent company Fortis Inc. and CEO of Fortis subsidiary UNS Energy. He will succeed Barry Perry as President and CEO of Fortis on January 1, 2021 following Mr. Perry’s retirement from the company on December 31, 2020. Mr. Perry also resigned from the ITC board of directors effective December 31, 2020.
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  • Posted Nov 20, 2020

    ITC Michigan Supports Small Business Community with Disaster Relief Funding

    NOVI, Mich. (Nov. 19, 2020) – As our nation continues to feel the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, ITC Michigan is committing funding to support economic development organizations and initiatives that support the small business community throughout Michigan. The relief effort is part of ITC’s two-phase funding commitment to support relief agencies throughout its seven-state footprint.
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  • Posted Oct 14, 2020

    ITC Midwest Supports Derecho Response with Disaster Relief Funding

    Cedar Rapids, Iowa (October 13, 2020) –As many Iowans continue to recover from the severe damage caused by the August derecho, ITC Midwest is committing $75,000 in disaster relief funding to support communities and those impacted throughout its service territory. This fall, ITC Midwest is contributing to human service agencies that are providing direct assistance to benefit families in need, as well as tree replanting in the storm zone.
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