Status: Announced

  • Long-Range Transmission Plan (LRTP) – Michigan

    Long-Range Transmission Plan (LRTP) – Michigan

    As part of Tranche 1, approximately 100 new miles of 345kV electric transmission lines are to be constructed in Michigan, with an estimated investment of $850 million. These lines will run from ITC’s Nelson Rd substation (Gratiot County) to Oneida substation (Eaton County); and Duck Lake substation (new substation, potentially targeted to locate in northern…

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  • Kansas – Elm Creek-Summit

    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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  • State-Pioneer Transmission Line Project

    State-Pioneer Transmission Line Project

    ITC Michigan, through its ITCTransmission subsidiary, constructed approximately three miles of 120,000 volt (120kV) double-circuit transmission line to connect the State and Pioneer substations. This project will support electric reliability and increase capacity in the Ann Arbor area. Construction was completed in early 2020. The State-Pioneer project is an example of ITC’s ongoing commitment to the…

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  • Oklahoma – Hugo to Valliant Project

    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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  • Stover – Van Tyle Rebuild Project

    Stover – Van Tyle Rebuild Project

    ITC Holdings Corp., through its Michigan Electric Transmission Company, LLC (METC) subsidiary, is upgrading electricity transmission infrastructure in Michigan. METC has completed the rebuild of approximately 22 miles of its Stover – Van Tyle 138 kV transmission line, replacing the existing structures with new monopoles designed for higher-rated conductor (wire). ITC’s approach to transmission infrastructure…

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  • Monroe Area System Improvements

    Monroe Area System Improvements

    ITC Michigan is committed to serving customers and communities by providing safe, secure, reliable electricity transmission service to meet their needs. In Monroe County, ITC is planning transmission system improvements including a new, double circuit 120,000 volt (120kV) transmission line between the Monroe Power Plant and ITC’s existing Custer-Whiting 120kV transmission line. The new line…

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  • Nitro Project

    Nitro Project

    To support electric reliability in Southeast Michigan, ITC Holdings Corp., through its ITCTransmission subsidiary, will construct approximately 1 mile of new 120 kV transmission line to connect it to a new substation named Nitro in Northville Twp. Construction is expected to begin in Q1 2022 and be completed by Q2 2022. ITC’s approach to transmission…

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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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  • 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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