Location: MICHIGAN

  • Salt River Project

    Salt River Project

    As Michigan continues to transition to a cleaner portfolio of power generation resources, additional transmission capacity will be needed to promote the continued reliability of the bulk power system and support the interconnection of new generation resources. The J717 and J728 Generator Interconnection Projects will Connect 386 MW of wind generation to ITC’s Michigan Electric…

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  • Samaria-Whiting Rebuild Project

    Samaria-Whiting Rebuild Project

    ITC Michigan is committed to serving customers and communities by providing safe, secure, reliable electricity transmission service to meet their needs. Through our Michigan Electric Transmission Company, LLC (METC) subsidiary, we are upgrading electricity transmission infrastructure in Monroe County. Approximately 10.3 miles of wood poles will be rebuilt from Samaria station to Whiting station with…

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  • Shale Substation Project

    Shale Substation Project

    ITC Michigan, through its Michigan Electric Transmission Company, LLC (METC) subsidiary, is modernizing electricity transmission infrastructure in Michigan. METC will build the new Shale Substation to replace the Saginaw River Substation in Saginaw County. The new 138,000 volt (138 kV) substation will increase capacity by increasing the amount of current, Amps, the wire or cables…

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  • Southfield-Sunset Transmission Line Rebuild

    Southfield-Sunset Transmission Line Rebuild

    ITC Michigan, through its ITC Transmission subsidiary, is upgrading its 6.4 mile, 120,000 volt (120 kV) Southfield – Sunset transmission line that serves the Farmington, Farmington Hills and Southfield, Mich., communities. This project will improve the reliability of high-voltage electrical service in the area by replacing the current 120kV double-circuit towers with 230 kV double-circuit…

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  • Corktown Project

    Corktown Project

    In the City of Detroit, we are partnering with our customer, DTE Energy, to construct the new 120,000 volt (120 kV) Corktown Substation and a half mile of underground transmission line that will increase electricity capacity in this growing area of the city. Construction is expected to begin in Q2 2021 and be completed in…

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  • Croton-Mecosta Transmission Line Rebuild

    Croton-Mecosta Transmission Line Rebuild

    Portions of the electric transmission grid in western Michigan were built more than 50 years ago and have received limited investment since that time. ITC Michigan, through its Michigan Electric Transmission Company (METC) subsidiary, has upgraded the southern segment of the Croton-Mecosta 138,000 volt (138 kV) line with new steel monopole structures and aluminum conductors…

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  • Delhi-Tompkins 138 kV Transmission Line Upgrade

    Delhi-Tompkins 138 kV Transmission Line Upgrade

    ITC Michigan, through its Michigan Electric Transmission Company (METC) subsidiary, is improving the reliability of high-voltage electrical service in the area south of Lansing by replacing wood poles with more durable steel monopole structures. The new construction with higher-strength steel poles allowed for longer spans between poles, reducing the total number of poles. New shield…

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  • Detroit Cable Project

    Detroit Cable Project

    ITC Michigan is committed to serving customers and communities by providing safe, secure, reliable electricity transmission service to meet their needs. In the City of Detroit, we are partnering with our customer, DTE Energy, to construct three new 120kV substations – Hamtramck, Promenade and Islandview. In addition, several miles of new 120kV underground transmission line…

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  • Lambton-St. Clair Line Upgrade

    Lambton-St. Clair Line Upgrade

    Crossing an International Waterway During spring 2017, ITC and Ontario-based Hydro One began work to upgrade the communication path for approximately four miles of 230,000 volt (230 kV) and three miles of 345,000 volt (345 kV) lines connecting the St. Clair Substation in East China Township, Mich., to the Lambton Transformer Station #2 in Courtright,…

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  • Long Rapids Project

    Long Rapids Project

    METC will build a new 138,000 volt (138 kV) substation called Long Rapids, and relocate its transmission infrastructure from the nearby Alpena substation to the new substation, including the Alpena – Airport, Alpena – Iosco and Alpena – Rockport 138 kV lines. Additionally, METC will rebuild approximately 6.3 miles of the Airport – Alpena (Long…

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