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2019 Annual Report highlights our commitment to a sustainable energy future

At American Transmission Co., we help keep the lights on every day and are committed to operating and maintaining the electric transmission system reliably and safely. Each year we publish an annual report to summarize highlights and provide a glimpse into what we see for the future. Our 2019 annual report, available on our website, […]

ATC commits $50,000 to support American Red Cross, food pantries

To express its care for community needs as a result of the COVID-19 virus, American Transmission Co. is making corporate donations to the American Red Cross and several food pantries. ATC will donate $10,000 to the American Red Cross – Wisconsin Region to support its mission for facilitating blood donations and providing relief services. ATC […]

PSC approves a 21-mile, 138,000-volt transmission line upgrade in Brown and Oconto counties

Bayport-Pioneer Rebuild Project expected to be in-service in 2022 PEWAUKEE, Wis. – The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin has approved an electric reliability transmission line rebuild project between the Bayport Substation in Brown County and the Pioneer Substation in Oconto County. ATC submitted its application for the Bayport-Pioneer Rebuild Project in spring 2019 and the […]

ATC’s response to COVID-19

The COVID-19 virus has quickly changed our lives in many ways. We aim to keep one aspect of life the same for you – reliable electricity. As an energy company that owns and operates the electric grid in portions of the Upper Midwest, we commit to helping keep the lights on with our vast network […]

Plant a flower and make the world better place

Happy Plant a Flower Day – a day dedicated to planting flowers and looking forward to Spring. When planning what flowers to plant this year, consider adding some native plants to your landscaping. There are lots of native plants that produce lovely flowers and provide food for bees, birds, butterflies and other pollinators. Planting several […]