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  • Heron Lake-Lakefield 161 kV Transmission Line rebuild

    Heron Lake-Lakefield 161 kV Transmission Line rebuild

    ITC Midwest rebuilt an existing 161 kV transmission line in southwest Minnesota between its Heron Lake and Lakefield substations. The project consisted of replacing existing wood “H” frame structures with single steel pole structures. To minimize impact on local landowners, ITC Midwest used the existing line route as much as possible. Approximately 11 miles of…

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  • Hiawatha-Coffey 161 kV Transmission Line

    Hiawatha-Coffey 161 kV Transmission Line

    To improve reliability and meet the region’s growing energy demands, ITC Midwest built a new electric transmission line and substation in northern Linn County, Iowa. The Hiawatha-Coffey line connects ITC Midwest’s existing Hiawatha electric substation (located in the south part of Robins) to a new substation, called Coffey substation, located one-half mile west of Highway…

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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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  • Bloomfield-Hamlin Transmission Line Rebuild

    Bloomfield-Hamlin Transmission Line Rebuild

    ITC Michigan, through its ITC Transmission subsidiary, is upgrading its approximately 4 mile, 120,000 volt (120 kV) Bloomfield – Hamlin transmission line that serves the Auburn Hills, Pontiac and Rochester Hills 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…

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  • Beverly-Morgan Valley Project

    Beverly-Morgan Valley Project

    ITC Midwest (ITC) has built a new 345 kV (345,000 volt) electricity transmission line from the Beverly Substation along 26th Street in southwest Cedar Rapids, west and south to the new Morgan Valley substation near Walford. This transmission line is approximately seven miles in length. What does this line mean for the Cedar Rapids area?…

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  • Beecher – Samaria Transmission Line Rebuild

    Beecher – Samaria Transmission Line Rebuild

    ITC Michigan, through its Michigan Electric Transmission Company (METC) subsidiary, has rebuilt approximately 22 miles of its Beecher – Samaria 138,000 volt (138kV) transmission line. This project improves the reliability of high-voltage electrical service in the area by replacing the current wood H-frame and steel lattice structures with double-circuit steel monopoles. Construction was conducted in…

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  • Battle Creek-Island Road Transmission Line Rebuild

    Battle Creek-Island Road Transmission Line Rebuild

    Portions of the electric transmission grid in Michigan, including the Battle Creek-Island Road 138,000 volt (138kV) transmission line, were built more than 50 years ago and have experienced minimal investment since that time. As a result, this line has become increasingly unreliable and costly to maintain as growing demand for electricity and outdated infrastructure technology…

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  • Apache-Seneca Wood Pole Replacement Project

    Apache-Seneca Wood Pole Replacement Project

    As part of ITC Michigan’s efforts to modernize aging electric transmission infrastructure and improve service reliability, we replaced 76 wood transmission poles with modern steel monopoles along the Apache – Seneca 120,000 volt (120 kV) transmission line running from Apache Substation in Troy to the Seneca Substation in Rochester Hills. The 4.5-mile project began in…

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  • Amber – Donaldson Creek Transmission Line Rebuild

    Amber – Donaldson Creek Transmission Line Rebuild

    Portions of the electric transmission grid in Michigan, including the Amber – Donaldson Creek 138,000 volt (138kV) transmission line, were built more than 50 years ago and have experienced minimal investment since that time. As a result, this line has become increasingly unreliable and costly to maintain as growing demand for electricity and outdated infrastructure…

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  • Kansas V-Plan

    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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