Energizing Your Future


Helping protect raptors

Raptor Month celebrates various birds of prey. From barred owls and bald eagles to peregrine falcons and northern harriers, our service area is home to nearly 15 raptor species. All raptors have a few of the same defining features that make them strong, fast, and frightening to their prey: Sharp, hooked beak that has evolved […]

ATC expects 50% of power it transmits will be carbon neutral by 2029

At American Transmission Co., we care about the customers and communities we serve. Our most recent environmental, social and governance report, available on our website, describes how we are working to connect the people and businesses in our service area with a more sustainable energy future. The pace of change in our industry is accelerating, […]

ATC helps Grafton add native plants to bioswales

The Village of Grafton recently added bioswale storm water retention areas with native pollinator-friendly plants to one of its main streets with support from a $3,250 grant from American Transmission Co. The bioswales and pollinator habitat were installed in the 26-foot wide boulevards on either side of First Avenue between Washington Avenue and Highland Drive. […]

ATC, Milwaukee Bucks commit 510 more trees to Wisconsin schools

The Milwaukee Bucks may no longer be in the playoffs, but we’re proud of the amazing 2019-20 regular season that got them there – a season unexpectedly interrupted by the coronavirus pandemic. Including the Bucks’ 31 games at Fiserv Forum and four “home” seeding games, the team scored 510 3-pointers at home during the regular […]

Rib Mountain adds some tree bark to dog park thanks to ATC

It’s a little cooler at Sandy’s Bark Park in Rib Mountain, Wis. – and not just because of  the current fall temperatures. The town recently planted a mix of Princeton elm, yellow birch, blue beech and other shade trees-thanks to a $1,250 grant from ATC’s Community Planting Program. This grant not only helps to diversify […]