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  • The Green Power Express (GPX)

    The Green Power Express (GPX)

    ITC advanced a grid development vision in 2009 called the Green Power Express™ (GPX™) to move growing power generation development that exceeded local needs in the Upper Midwest to load centers and markets where more power is used. One of the initial goals of Green Power Express was to serve as a catalyst to advance…

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  • Verona – Barnum Creek Jct. Transmission Line Rebuild

    Verona – Barnum Creek Jct. Transmission Line Rebuild

    ITC Holdings Corp., through its Michigan Electric Transmission Company, LLC (METC) subsidiary, rebuilt approximately six miles of its Verona – Barnum Creek Jct. 138,000 volt (138 kV) transmission line in Calhoun County. The existing structures were replaced with new 230 kV double-circuit structures and conductor (wires), providing greater reliability in southwest Michigan. The Verona –…

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  • Mercury Transmission Project

    Mercury Transmission Project

    To improve reliability and meet the region’s growing energy demands, ITC Michigan, through its ITC Transmission subsidiary, is constructing a new substation and transmission line in the City of Dearborn. The project consists of a new 120,000 volt (120 kV) substation, named Mercury, that will connect to ITC’s existing 120 kV Crestwood – Arctic transmission…

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  • Michigan Thumb Generator Interconnections

    Michigan Thumb Generator Interconnections

    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. In the thumb region, approximately 1,200 megawatts (MW) of wind generation is currently connected, or under construction to…

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  • Salem-Hazleton Transmission Line Project

    Salem-Hazleton Transmission Line Project

    ITC Midwest identified the Salem-Hazleton project as a priority after acquiring the region’s high-voltage electric transmission lines in December 2007. In April 2013, ITC Midwest energized the more than 80 miles of line, which extends from ITC Midwest’s Salem substation south of Dubuque, Iowa, to its Hazleton substation in Buchanan County. As energy demand has…

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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • GARFIELD AVE — HEMPHILL REBUILD PROJECT

    GARFIELD AVE — HEMPHILL REBUILD PROJECT

    ITC Holdings Corp., through its Michigan Electric Transmission Company, LLC (METC) subsidiary, is upgrading electricity transmission infrastructure in Michigan. METC rebuilt 9.5 miles of its Garfield Avenue – Hemphill 138 kV transmission line, replacing the existing structures with new monopoles designed for higherrated conductor (wire) and optical ground wire (OPGW). Construction was completed in Q3…

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