American Transmission Co. projects

Project website for a Wisconsin-based company that owns and operates the high-voltage electric transmission system that powers communities in portions of the Upper Midwest.

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Completed new, 138-kilovolt transmission line between the Cranberry Substation south of Eagle River and Conover Substation east of Conover. Relieves costly constraints to the systems that serve northern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan; strengthens area reliability.

Conover-Iron River-Plains

New 138-kilovolt transmission line between the Conover Substation and the Plains Substation in Quinnisec, Mich.

Morgan-Werner West

New 50-mile transmission line from the Morgan Substation south of Oconto Falls to a new substation – called Werner West – in the New London area.

Gardner Park-Central Wisconsin

Completed approximately 50-mile, 345-kilovolt line between a new Gardner Park Substation near the Weston Power Plant and a new substation in central Shawano County. Also see Morgan-Werner West project.

Clear Lake-Woodmin Transmission Line Project

The Wisconsin Public Service Corp. distribution system that serves electricity customers in the area needed transmission reinforcement because of increasing demand. This 115-kilovolt project was built to connect a new WPS substation (Woodmin) on Highway 47 near Arnett Road to the Clear Lake Substation on Highway 47 near Mid Lake Road in the Town of Woodruff.

Canal-Dunn Road

Electricity demand in Door County has been growing at an aggressive rate. The 69-kilovolt transmission system serving the northern portion of Door County is quickly reaching its capacity. In addition, most of the northern portion of the county, being served by a single line, is vulnerable to extended interruption of service if that single line […]

Arrowhead-Weston Project

345-kilovolt line between Wausau, Wis. and Duluth, Minn. (approximately 220 miles) to improve reliability.