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ITC Michigan reconfigures towers and conductor to support new wind generation, saving resources, time and millions of dollars.

Lattice-steel towers and a single-circuit extra-high-voltage transmission line were built for a planned nuclear plant nearly four decades ago. Today these structures are empowering a critical stretch of electrical transmission infrastructure capable of supporting up to 5000 MW of new wind generation in the Thumb region of Michigan, U.S.

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