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ATC named on Great Place to Work® Best Small & Medium Workplaces List for second year

FORTUNE magazine-published list names the best workplaces in the country PEWAUKEE, WIS. – American Transmission Co. was named by Great Place to Work® as one of the best workplaces in the United States on the 2015 Best Small & Medium Workplaces list, published today in FORTUNE magazine. This is the second consecutive year ATC has been […]

PSC approves new transmission line project, issues order for rebuild project

Projects support local distribution networks and improve electric reliability PEWAUKEE, Wis. – The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin yesterday approved a new electric reliability transmission line project near the village of Eden. At an open meeting, the commissioners agreed on the need for the Creekview Interconnection Project and approved the north route proposed by ATC […]

Economic benefits of transmission

Investments in electric transmission infrastructure are a good value for consumers. Typically, transmission costs within ATC’s service area are about 8 to 9 percent of a retail customer’s electric bill. (Retail customers pay for the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity, plus fuels costs, through regulated utility rates. Generation and fuel make up the major […]

American Transmission Co. 10-Year Plan builds on past success

System build out slows while maintenance, repair ramp up PEWAUKEE, Wis. – The next 10 years call for continued investment in the American Transmission Co. electric grid, assuring continued electric reliability and increased access to economic energy for its electric distribution utility customers. The 2015 10-Year Transmission System Assessment calls for an investment of $3.7 […]

Railbelt utilities update RCA on efforts to develop transmission business model

ANCHORAGE, Alaska – The Railbelt utilities have jointly submitted a letter to the Regulatory Commission of Alaska summarizing progress on their voluntary efforts to evaluate a business model whereby the operation, maintenance and upgrades of the Railbelt transmission network are accomplished by a transmission company to enhance the reliable delivery of electric power to Railbelt […]