American Transmission Co.

Helping to keep the lights on, businesses running and communities strong. ®

Blog

ATC and Milwaukee Bucks donate 343 trees to 83 Wisconsin schools

Eighty-three schools across Wisconsin will receive trees donated by American Transmission Co. as part of ATC’s Trees for Threes partnership with the Milwaukee Bucks. The program awards communities across ATC’s service area with one tree for each three-point shot the Bucks make at home each season. After the Bucks’ final regular-season home game on Monday, […]

ATC establishes web page for Mackinac Straits submarine cables

American Transmission Co. has created a website for information about the damage to two electric power lines under the Straits of Mackinac last week. The website provides an overview of the situation, ATC’s infrastructure and response. Please refer to the site for the latest information from ATC. For information about the recovery effort, please contact […]

Electric transmission submarine cables damaged in Straits of Mackinac

From: jolson@atcllc.com           877-506-6117 PEWAUKEE, Wis. — American Transmission Co. today took the unprecedented step to shut down two submarine cables in the Straits of Mackinac that electrically connect the Upper Peninsula to lower Michigan as the result of yet-undetermined damage. The cables tripped offline about 30 seconds apart Sunday evening, April 1. A patrol […]

The people who help keep the lights on: Lanida Chang, Consultant Strategy and Initiative Manager

Lanida Chang, consultant strategy and initiative manager, says she loves what she does because she knows she adds value. In her role, she helps to drive core initiatives within American Transmission Co.’s operations department that improve ATC’s ability to reliably, effectively and safely deliver power. “I feel very fortunate that I’m able to do something […]

ATC to pass on savings from lowered corporate tax rate to customers early

FERC approved request to modify 2018 transmission rates, benefitting customers American Transmission Co. has received permission from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to modify certain provisions of the Midcontinent Independent System Operator Tariff, which determines how transmission customers are charged for transmission services. The waiver granted by FERC allows transmission customers to benefit sooner from […]

Page 4 of 64« First...23456...102030...Last »