The electric system improvements to Ann Arbor region will enhance the reliability of electric service to the area and create additional capacity to support growth throughout the region. Construction continues on schedule and is anticipated to be completed by early 2019.
ITC Holdings Inc. and CIPCO share an integrated system area in Iowa to transmit electricity to residents in both rural and urban areas. Gary Slaby, vice president utility operations for CIPCO, details the partnership and its benefits.
WIRES recently applauded the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC) decision to proceed on Grid Resiliency, asserting that a robust transmission grid offers resource diversity and operational flexibility that is critically important to prevent, mitigate and recover from service disruptions.
ITC’s safety performance routinely ranks in the top 25% – and often in the top 10% – for companies for recordable incidents and lost work day cases in the Edison Electric Institute’s annual safety survey of utilities.
ITC partnered with the Michigan Science Center to host a special Arbor Day program for students throughout Michigan. The program will highlight the museum’s new ECHO Distance Learning Program that uses video conferencing to connect classrooms to a museum educator in real time.
At ITC, seeking the innovative solution to reliable, responsible, low-costelectricity is our utmost priority.