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ATC joins Fairview for Hour of Code and 4-star celebration

American Transmission Co. is a proud partner of Milwaukee Public Schools. We recently joined our Adopt-a-School program partners at Fairview School for an Hour of Code with students in grades K-8. Employee volunteers provided classroom support as students used the Hour of Code activity tools to create code that powered animation applications, games and websites. […]

ATC employees help students navigate Junior Achievement’s BizTown

Elementary students aren’t old enough to work, vote or be a boss, but on Dec. 16, ATC employees joined other area volunteers to help about 150 fifth grade students from Humboldt Park Elementary and Riverwest Elementary schools in Milwaukee do just that at Junior Achievement of Wisconsin’s BizTown. ATC volunteers helped groups of 5-10 students […]

American Transmission Co. energizes Spring Valley-North Lake Geneva Electric Reliability Project

Project addresses electric system needs, supports the community and environment PEWAUKEE, Wis. – The Spring Valley-North Lake Geneva Electric Reliability Project, which electrically connects Kenosha County with the Lake Geneva area, is energized and now part of an integrated electric system serving customers in the region. This 23-mile, 138,000-volt transmission line was approved by the […]

ATC, St. Francis light up the holidays

The City of St. Francis has well-lit proof that working with American Transmission Co. helps keep the lights on for the holidays. Two tall evergreen trees near an ATC transmission tower on city property needed to be removed to ensure the safety and reliability of the electric grid. The city and ATC met to discuss […]

ATC employee sends gift boxes to children around the world

About 15 years ago, American Transmission Co. employee Alan Flater and his wife watched as their children opened a seemingly unending pile of Christmas presents. The gifts multiplied with every visit to another family gathering. The true meaning of Christmas was getting lost in a sea of discarded wrapping paper. “At Christmastime we were finding […]