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Wisconsin-based transmission-only utility American Transmission Co. (ATC) plans to spend $3 billion to $3.6 billion in transmission system improvements over the next 10 years, according to its annual 10-Year Transmission System Assessment.

ATC says the expenditures include $1.2 billion in improvements and additions to the transmission network, $1.1 billion in maintenance and $500 million in regional projects, the costs of which will be shared across the Upper Midwest. Other capital projects will range from $200 million to $800 million, ATC adds.

The full assessment is available here.


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