Stakeholder engagement and public involvement is critical to the development of the proposed Big Chino Valley Pumped Storage Project. In addition to engaging all relevant agencies to comply with FERC’s Traditional Licensing Process requirements, ITC is also engaging stakeholders through one-on-one meetings, small group presentations and joint stakeholder public meetings as part of its commitment to transparency and developing a project that benefits the region. Here are several ways to get involved or to stay informed.

  • Sign up to receive emails about upcoming meetings and updates
  • View our upcoming meetings below to attend a meeting and read information from past meeting events
  • Contact us to request a meeting for your community group or organization

ITC will host the following meetings about the proposed Big Chino Valley Pumped Storage Project. Representatives will share preliminary resource study findings, forthcoming study plans, potential impacts and mitigation approaches and associated licensing studies.

The Big Chino Valley Pumped Storage Project must be licensed by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). ITC encourages interested stakeholders to attend the public meeting to learn more about the licensing process and share their input regarding the resources studies that will inform the license application that ITC will submit to FERC.


Commissioner Tobin to Attend Big Chino Valley Pumped Hydro Energy Storage Project Informational Sessions in Prescott and Phoenix

Feb 27, 2018

Commissioner Andy Tobin thanks ITC Holdings Corp. for the extensive stakeholder meetings being held in Prescott and Phoenix this month. The Big Chino Valley Pumped Storage Project is a state-of-the-art 2,000 megawatt (MW) pumped hydro energy storage facility planned in Yavapai, Coconino, and Mohave counties that is anticipated to greatly boost our state’s energy security and resilience. Earlier this month, Commissioner Andy Tobin proposed the comprehensive Arizona Energy Modernization Plan which includes a target of 3,000 MW of energy storage operating in the state by 2030. READ MORE.