Energy-101

Essential Resource for Energy Issues

TRANSMISSION- History

Electricity is something people often don’t think about until they don’t have it: that’s why we think about it every minute of every day. Since our inception in 2003, ITC has been working to build and maintain the infrastructure that delivers power from where it’s generated at the power plant to where it’s needed locally to the distribution systems that carry electricity into homes and buildings.

To make sure that happens, ITC invests in the transmission system – by building new high-voltage power lines and improving existing systems – to make sure that communities, businesses and families have the reliable power they need, whenever they need it. By building a greater – more resilient – grid, power flows more reliably and efficiently through the system, often reducing electricity costs and benefitting local economies.Electricity is something people often don’t think about until they don’t have it: that’s why we think about it every minute of every day. Since our inception in 2003, ITC has been working to build and maintain the infrastructure that delivers power from where it’s generated at the power plant to where it’s needed locally to the distribution systems that carry electricity into homes and buildings.

To make sure that happens, ITC invests in the transmission system – by building new high-voltage power lines and improving existing systems – to make sure that communities, businesses and families have the reliable power they need, whenever they need it. By building a greater – more resilient – grid, power flows more reliably and efficiently through the system, often reducing electricity costs and benefitting local economies.
Electricity is something people often don’t think about until they don’t have it: that’s why we think about it every minute of every day. Since our inception in 2003, ITC has been working to build and maintain the infrastructure that delivers power from where it’s generated at the power plant to where it’s needed locally to the distribution systems that carry electricity into homes and buildings.

To make sure that happens, ITC invests in the transmission system – by building new high-voltage power lines and improving existing systems – to make sure that communities, businesses and families have the reliable power they need, whenever they need it. By building a greater – more resilient – grid, power flows more reliably and efficiently through the system, often reducing electricity costs and benefitting local economies.