Company: ITC Great Plains

  • Kansas – Elm Creek-Summit

    The Elm Creek to Summit 345,000-volt (345kV) transmission line is improving the reliability of the grid in central Kansas, allowing the grid to continue to meet required standards of reliability. It benefits residents and businesses in central Kansas and beyond by easing congestion across the transmission network and improving the efficiency of the grid. It…

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  • Spearville-Axtell / KETA Project

    The Spearville-Axtell line, also known as the KETA Project, is a 345,000 volt (345kV) transmission line that will improve the reliability and efficiency of the regional grid and make more affordable energy available. The line will run approximately 225 miles from Spearville north to the Post Rock (formerly Knoll) substation near Hays, then on across…

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  • Oklahoma – Hugo to Valliant Project

    The Hugo-to-Valliant Project is an approximately 18-mile, 345,000 volt (345kV) transmission line from a new substation located at the Hugo power plant west of Fort Towson, Oklahoma, to an existing substation southeast of Valliant. It is part of a larger transmission line project being implemented to reduce system congestion, provide more efficient and costeffective transmission of…

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  • Kansas V-Plan

    The Kansas V-Plan is a high-voltage transmission line connecting eastern and western Kansas. The project improves electric reliability and enables energy developers to tap into the transmission grid, further establishing a competitive energy market in the state. In cooperation with Sunflower Electric Power Corporation and Mid-Kansas Electric Company, ITC Great Plains designed and constructed the…

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