Brodhead-South Monroe Project
American Transmission Co. will soon begin rebuilding the 18-mile, 69,000-volt electric transmission line that connects the Brodhead Substation and South Monroe Substation in Monroe. The age and condition of the existing line, which was built in 1950, necessitated the rebuild.
The new line will make a vital improvement in the reliability of the electric transmission system serving the area and will help ensure that the south central Wisconsin area is served by a reliable electric delivery system in years to come. The voltage of the line will not change, but the replacement structures and line will be designed to accommodate increased electric demand and to support growth.
The new line will follow the route of the existing line, and the work will involve installing new poles, wires and insulators.
|Line length:||Approximately 18 miles|
|Cost:||Approximately $11 million|
|End points:||Brodhead Substation and the South Monroe Substation in Monroe|
|PSC Project Docket ID:||5-AE-178 Click here to visit the PSC website.|
|*Dates are anticipated and subject to changes|
|Received PSC decision:||April 2009|
|Begin construction:||Spring 2011|
|In-service date:||June 2012|