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At PERC, our capabilities are broad and cross-disciplinary—enabling us to seek sustainable solutions to a wide array of challenges. PERC was formed in 1996 as an outgrowth of the EE Power Area at Michigan Tech. We have since expanded to include business and economics, control systems, communications systems, environmental engineering, mechanical engineer-ing, and power electronics.

 

"Our mission is to be a best-in-class transmission provider. We believe in the need to invest in student learning and research. Michigan Tech's EE Power Program and PERC have a history of providing an immense foundation for aspiring engineers. This collaboration will reap rich bene-fits for ITCTransmission, the University, and the power industry."

- Neil Doshi, Project Engineering, ITCTransmission
   

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