2013

10-Year
Assessment

Economic planning

ATC utilizes three methods to determine which projects have the potential for economic benefits:

  1. Stakeholder Input and Analyses
  2. Reliability Project Screening
  3. Congestion Severity Index

These methods are described below.

Stakeholder Input and Analyses

In Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Order 890-A took effect. As part of this order, FERC requires a coordinated, open, and transparent transmission planning process on both a local and regional level. To comply with these requirements, ATC submitted a compliance filing on Order 890-A that provides a timeline of actions to ensure that the economic planning process is both coordinated and open.  ATC has also submitted a compliance filing on Order 1000 that incorporates public policy requirement needs into its economic planning analysis

Annually, ATC will use a process with consistent timelines that combines stakeholder input, historical data, future line flow forecasts, and updated information on the electric system to identify transmission upgrades for economic evaluation.

Each year:

  • During February, we hold an initial stakeholder meeting to review the market congestion summary and potential fixes and to discuss economic study scenarios, drivers, ranges, and assumptions.
  • By March 1, we work with stakeholders to request and prioritize new/other economic studies and recommend study assumptions.
  • By April 15 – we identify preliminary areas of economic study, study assumptions and models and solicit further comments from stakeholders, including soliciting stakeholders for public policy requirements that drive transmission needs.
  • By May 15 – we finalize areas of economic study, study assumptions and models to be used in analysis, including a determination as to why or why not public policy requirements were included in the assumptions.
  • By November 15 – we provide a summary of the results of the economic analyses to our stakeholders.

ATC conducts analyses of the projects identified for study over several months’ time and posts the key results, including the extent to which these savings offset project costs. When the expected benefits of a studied project are high enough to justify its costs, the process of developing it as a formal proposal is begun.

As a result of the 2013 ATC/stakeholder collaborative process, we are performing economic analyses on the following ATC facilities:

Economic Planning Study Areas
  • Marquette – Mackinac 138 kV Project
  • Butler – Bluemound 138 kV Project

Studies will be performed and results shared with stakeholders over the course of the year. In addition, customers and stakeholders who would like to request specific economic studies can do so if they are willing to pay for the studies and are willing to have the results posted publicly.

Reliability Project Screening

Economic analyses were performed on 23 projects from the 2012 10-Year Assessment project list to determine whether those projects were candidates for acceleration or deferral based on economic considerations. Please refer Table EP-1 for the list of projects screened. The list of 23 projects was based primarily on the availability of redispatch and capital costs of the projects; however, lower cost projects specifically identified by the ATC planning department were also included in the study. Generation interconnection and distribution interconnection projects were not eligible for inclusion in this list. Further, capacitor bank projects were not considered since the voltage benefits provided were not captured by the PROMOD software analysis. Finally, projects with in-service dates prior to 2015 were not considered since development of those projects was too far underway to make scheduling changes. As a result of this screening, two projects showed significant savings that offset costs. One project, the Arnold 2nd transformer showed significant savings, but could not be accelerated due to construction timelines. The other project that showed significant savings was the Wautoma 2nd transformer and will be studied further.

A similar analysis will be performed in the 2014 10-Year Assessment based upon the 2013 Assessment project list.

Table EP-1

 System AdditionsPlanning Zone
1Caroline 115/69 kV Transformer replacement1
2Fairwater - Mackford Prairie 69 KV project1
3Harrison 138/69 kV Transformer replacement1
4Metomen 138/69 kV Transformer replacement1
5Petenwell 138/69 kV Transformer replacement1
6Wautoma 138/69 kV 2nd Transformer1
7Arnold 345/138 kV Transformer2
8Morgan - Plains - National 345 kV2 & 4
9Morgan - Plains 345 kV2 & 4
10Cardinal - Blount 138 kV3
11Colley Road - Brick Church 69 kV rebuild3
12Hillman 138/69 kV 2nd Transformer3
13Hubbard - East Beaver Dam 138 kV3
14Lake Delton - Birchwood 138 kV3
15Portage - Columbia 138 kV rebuilds3
16Spring Green 138/69 kV 2nd Transformer3
17West Middleton - Pheasant Branch 69 kV rebuild3
18Bain - Spring Valley - North Lake Geneva 138 kV project3 & 5
19Fitzgerald 2nd 345/138 kV Transformer4
20Pulliam - Glory Rd 138 kV project4
21Shoto - Custer 138 kV4
22Sunset Point 138/69 kV Transformers replacement4
23Arcadian - Waukesha 138 kV rebuilds5
Economically Screened Projects from 2012 TYA Project List

Congestion Severity Index

ATC developed a Congestion Severity Index for use as the screening indicator to track locations on the transmission system where constraints to the delivery of economic energy exist. The Congestion Severity Index combines the financial impact of constraints with the frequency of constraints. The financial impact during an hour is the calculated theoretical maximum number of dollars that could be paid into the market due to congestion on the constraint in question. The sum of the total financial impacts for each hour during which the constraint occurs forms the basis of the Congestion Severity Index. This information is used as a starting point in determining areas of the system where potential upgrades may be cost-effective. This data is combined with stakeholder input and ATC planning recommendations to identify a group of projects to study. A list of the most severe market constraints in the Day Ahead and Real Time markets for 2012 is given in Tables ZS-5 and ZS-6, respectively. Maps depicting the geographic locations of the most severe market constraints in the Day Ahead and Real Time markets for 2012 are shown in Figures ZS-27 and ZS-28, respectively.

Table ZS-5

Severity IndexHoursDay Ahead ElementPotential Solution(s)
15.31877Minnesota to Wisconsin Exports Interface (MWEX)Monroe County - Council Creek 161 kV line (Planned 2014)
Badger - Coulee 345 kV line (Proposed 2018)
7.13851Kenosha - Lakeview 138 kVSE Wisconsin SPS (In Service July 2012)
Pleasant Prairie - Zion Energy Center 345 kV line (Planned 2013)
Kenosha - Lakeview 138 kV rebuild (Planned 2014)
6.1223Granville - Tosa 138 kVTerminal Equipment Replacement at Tosa Substation (In Service May 2012)
Granville - Tamarack - Butler reconfigure (Planned 2015)
5.831841Flow South PTDFPower Flow Control in UP (Planned 2014)
Hiawatha - Indian Lake 138 kV energize (Planned 2014)
Bay Lake Project: Holmes - Old Mead Road 138 kV line (Proposed 2016)
Bay Lake Project: North Appleton - Morgan 345 & 138 kV lines (Proposed 2017)
Morgan - Plains - National 345 kV line currently being studied in Northern Area Study
3.9453Butler - Granville 138 kVTerminal Equipment Replacement at Butler Substation (In Service April 2012)
Granville - Tamarack - Butler reconfigure (Planned 2015)
3.74147North Appleton - Werner West 345 kVBay Lake Project: North Appleton - Morgan 345 & 138 kV lines (Proposed 2017)
2.79181Cypress - Forest Junction 345 kVATC is currently investigating solutions
2.78291Elkhart Lake - Forest Junction 138 kVATC is currently investigating solutions
1.65294Morgan - White Clay 138 kVBay Lake Project: North Appleton - Morgan 345 & 138 kV lines (Proposed 2017)
1.61427Felch Mountain Tap - Nordic 69 kVArnold 345/138 kV Transformer (Planned 2015)
Bay Lake Project: Holmes - Old Mead Road 138 kV line (Proposed 2016)
1.3751Forest Junction 345/138 kV Transformer T1ATC is currently investigating solutions
1.35465Goodman - Masonville 69 kVChandler - Old Mead Road 138 & 69 kV lines (Proposed 2014)
1.2879Albers - Kenosha 138 kVPleasant Prairie - Zion Energy Center 345 kV line (Planned 2013)
Albers - Kenosha 138 kV rebuild (Planned 2014)
1.27232Pulliam - Stiles 138 kV (64451)Bay Lake Project: North Appleton - Morgan 345 & 138 kV lines (Proposed 2017)
1.0865Pleasant Prairie - Zion 345 kVPleasant Prairie - Zion Energy Center 345 kV line (Planned 2013)
71.0210,935Total for All ATC Day Ahead Constraints in 2012
ATC Day Ahead Market Most Limiting Elements - 2012

Table ZS-6

Severity IndexHoursReal Time ElementPotential Solution(s)
13.2947.1North Appleton - Werner West 345 kVBay Lake Project: North Appleton - Morgan 345 & 138 kV lines (Proposed 2017)
3.86130.5Kenosha - Lakeview 138 kVSE Wisconsin SPS (In Service July 2012)
Pleasant Prairie - Zion Energy Center 345 kV line (Planned 2013)
Kenosha - Lakeview 138 kV rebuild (Planned 2014)
2.7593.3Cypress - Forest Junction 345 kVATC is currently investigating solutions
2.3612.8Flow South PTDFPower Flow Control in UP (Planned 2014)
Hiawatha - Indian Lake 138 kV energize (Planned 2014)
Bay Lake Project: Holmes - Old Mead Road 138 kV line (Proposed 2016)
Bay Lake Project: North Appleton - Morgan 345 & 138 kV lines (Proposed 2017)
Morgan - Plains - National 345 kV line currently being studied in Northern Area Study
2.3561.7Arcadian - Zion 345 kVPleasant Prairie - Zion Energy Center 345 kV line (Planned 2013)
2.2655.5Goodman - Masonville 69 kVChandler - Old Mead Road 138 & 69 kV lines (Proposed 2014)
2.168.4Lost Dauphin - North Appleton 138 kVBay Lake Project: North Appleton - Morgan 345 & 138 kV lines (Proposed 2017)
2.125.7North Appleton 345/138 kV Transformer T1Transmission status may have contributed to this constraint
2.0639.3Morgan - White Clay 138 kVBay Lake Project: North Appleton - Morgan 345 & 138 kV lines (Proposed 2017)
2.0373Felch Mountain Tap - Nordic 69 kVArnold 345/138 kV Transformer (Planned 2015)
Bay Lake Project: Holmes - Old Mead Road 138 kV line (Proposed 2016)
224.5Elkhart Lake - Forest Junction 138 kVATC is currently investigating solutions
1.8519.9Presque Isle - Tilden 138 kVMorgan - Plains - National 345 kV line currently being studied in Northern Area Study
National area 138 kV upgrades currently being studied in Northern Area Study
1.56.2Coyne - Rocky Run 115 kVATC is currently investigating solutions
1.152.6Butler - Granville 138 kVTerminal Equipment Replacement at Butler Substation (In Service April 2012)
Granville - Tamarack - Butler reconfigure (Planned 2015)
1.0940.9Granville - Tosa 138 kVTerminal Equipment Replacement at Tosa Substation (In Service May 2012)
Granville - Tamarack - Butler reconfigure (Planned 2015)
54.81,161.2Total for All ATC Real Time Constraints in 2012
ATC Real Time market Most Limiting Elements - 2012

2014 Meetings, Materials and Announcements

October 15, 2014 Stakeholder Meeting

ATC is planning to host a customer/stakeholder meeting on October 15, 2014, scheduled from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (CDT), via web and teleconference. ATC will discuss a summary of the 2014 10-Year Assessment, as well as the 2015 10-Year Assessment Study Design.  Please hold this date on your calendars if you plan to participate.

Meeting Agenda

Additional meeting materials will be available for review on October 8th.

As a part of the 2015 10-Year Assessment Study Design discussion, ATC will review Public Policy Requirements* of which it is aware and also solicit information from stakeholders including federal, state, and local regulators regarding needs driven by Public Policy Requirements and potential Transmission Facilities to address those needs. ATC requests that stakeholders provide ATC with information regarding needs driven by Public Policy Requirements and/or potential Transmission Facilities to address those needs.

* As set forth in MISO Tariff Attachment FF-ATCLLC, “Public Policy Requirements” means “enacted statutes (i.e., passed by the legislature and signed by the executive) and regulations promulgated by a relevant jurisdiction, whether within a state or at the federal level, including duly enacted laws or regulations passed by a local governmental entity, such as a municipal or county government.”

Please indicate your participation plans by Monday, October 13th.

Plans to participate and any comments or inquiries can be sent to Ryan Solberg, Transmission Planning Engineer, at rsolberg@atcllc.com.

May 15, 2014 Posting

ATC has reviewed comments and feedback received from our stakeholders and has finalized its Futures Matrix and Project List for our 2014 economic analysis. The following materials provide greater detail regarding ATC’s study assumptions and study areas.

ATC 2014 Futures Matrix and Study Assumptions

ATC 2014 Economic Project Study Areas

Additionally ATC has requested feedback on Public Policy Requirements that may drive transmission needs.  No feedback was submitted as a part of this study process.  ATC has performed its own inquiry regarding Public Policy Requirements and determined that no additional Public Policy Requirements exist to incorporate into this study.

We appreciate your participation in this process and look forward to continued communication as we proceed through the 2014 analysis.  Any comments or inquiries related to these studies can be submitted to Dale Burmester, Manager – Economic Planning, at dburmester@atcllc.com

April 14, 2014 Stakeholder Meeting

ATC is planning to host a customer/stakeholder meeting on April 14, 2014. This meeting will be a hosted at ATC headquarters in Pewaukee and by webcast.  Please hold this date on your calendars if you plan to attend.

In compliance with FERC Orders 890 and 1000, topics of discussion will include:

  • 2014 Economic Planning Study Assumptions and Study Areas

In addition to potential study areas and assumptions updates linked to market congestion, ATC also requests feedback in areas where Public Policy Requirements may drive transmission needs. Public Policy Requirements are enacted statutes (i.e., passed by the legislature and signed by the executive) and regulations promulgated by a relevant jurisdiction, whether within a state or at the federal level, including duly enacted laws or regulations passed by a local governmental entity, such as a municipal or county government.  Stakeholders are encouraged to provide ATC with Public Policy Requirements.  ATC utilizes transmission needs driven by Public Policy Requirements in its assumptions when performing economic analysis of study areas.  The transmission needs driven by Public Policy Requirements that will be included in ATC’s finalized assumptions will be posted prior to May 15th.

The following materials will be discussed at this meeting:

Meeting Agenda 

ATC 2014 Economic Planning Futures

ATC 2014 Potential Study Areas

MISO MTEP15 Demand and Energy Review

ATC EIPC Update

ATC 2014 10-Year Assessment Preliminary Needs and Solutions

ATC 2014 10-Year Assessment Preliminary Network Project List

ATC Distributed Resources Primer

Please indicate your participation plans to Erik Winsand at ewinsand@atcllc.com by noon on April 9, 2014.

Any comments or inquiries can be submitted to Dale Burmester, Manager – Economic Planning, at dburmester@atcllc.com.

March 7, 2014: 10-Year Assessment Preliminary Needs Summary

This is a preliminary summary of needs from the 2014 10-Year Assessment studies.  Additional information will be included later in the Spring discussion of preliminary solutions.  Generally, we do not expect any major changes to the needs that will be identified in ATC’s 10-Year Assessment. 

2014 10-Year Assessment Preliminary Needs Summary

Any comments or inquiries regarding the preliminary needs can be submitted to David Smith, Manager – Reliability Group, at dsmith@atcllc.com

February 13, 2014 Stakeholder Meeting

ATC is planning to host a customer/stakeholder meeting on February 13, 2014. This meeting will be a hosted at ATC headquarters in Pewaukee and by webcast.  Please hold this date on your calendars if you plan to attend.

In compliance with FERC Order 890 and 1000, topics of discussion will include:

  • 2013 ATC Economic Analysis Results and Next Steps
  • 2014 ATC Economic Planning Study Kickoff

The following materials will be discussed at this meeting:

Meeting Agenda

Meeting Introduction

ATC 2013 Economic Study Results

ATC 2013 Year In Review

ATC 2013 Congestion Report

ATC 2014 Economic Study Kickoff

ATC EIPC Stakeholder Update

Please indicate your participation plans to Erik Winsand at ewinsand@atcllc.com by noon on February 11, 2014.

Any comments or inquiries can be submitted to Dale Burmester, Manager – Economic Planning, at dburmester@atcllc.com.

2013 Meetings, Materials and Announcements

November 15, 2013: ATC Economic Analysis Update

In open stakeholder meetings on February 26 and May 7, 2013, ATC collected input on study assumptions and the project list for analysis.  Later, ATC finalized these assumptions and the project list and posted this information on May 15, 2013.   Another meeting was held September 26 to keep stakeholders updated on the current status of the 2013 economic planning study.  

Since then ATC has continued to refine its study methods, develop analytical models, and study the projects listed.  At this point, ATC is in the process of finalizing the analysis and will be able to discuss results in an open stakeholder meeting towards the beginning of 2014.  The exact meeting date will be announced at a later time and meeting materials will be posted to the Economic Planning page of the ATC 10-Year Assessment website. 

Any comments or inquiries related to these studies can be submitted to Dale Burmester, Manager – Economic Planning, at dburmester@atcllc.com.

September 26, 2013: Stakeholder Meeting

ATC is planning to host a customer/stakeholder meeting on September 26, 2013. This meeting will be a web-hosted meeting and conference call.  Please hold this date on your calendars if you plan to attend or call-in for this meeting.

The following materials will be discussed at this meeting:

Meeting Agenda

ATC 2013 Economic Study Update

ATC 2014 10-Year Assessment Preliminary Study Design

Eastern Interconnection Planning Collaborative Study Update

Meeting Questions and Answers

We appreciate your participation in this process and look forward to continued communication as we proceed through the 2013 analysis.

Any comments or inquiries related to these studies can be submitted to Dale Burmester, Manager – Economic Planning, at dburmester@atcllc.com, or David Smith, Manager – Reliability Planning, at dsmith@atcllc.com

May 15, 2013 Posting

ATC has reviewed comments and feedback received from our stakeholders and has finalized its Futures Matrix and Project List for our 2013 economic analysis. The following materials provide greater detail regarding ATC’s study assumptions and study areas.

ATC 2013 Futures Matrix and Study Assumptions

ATC 2013 Economic Project

We appreciate your participation in this process and look forward to continued communication as we proceed through the 2013 analysis.  Any comments or inquiries related to these studies can be submitted to Dale Burmester, Manager – Economic Plan, at dburmester@atcllc.com

May 7, 2013 Stakeholder Meeting

ATC is planning to host a customer/stakeholder meeting on May 7, 2013. This meeting will be a hosted at ATC headquarters in Pewaukee and via webcast.  Please hold this date on your calendars if you plan to attend.

Meeting materials are posted below. 

Meeting Agenda

2013 10-Year Assessment – Preliminary Solutions Presentation

2013 10-Year Assessment – Preliminary Project list

2013 10-Year Assessment – Retirements Study Update

Reinforcement Guidelines Impacts Update

2013 ATC Economic Study Assumptions Presentation

2013 ATC Economic Study Futures Matrix

2013 Potential Study Areas

We appreciate your participation in this process and look forward to continued communication as we proceed through the 2013 Economic Planning Analysis.  Any comments or inquiries related to these studies can be submitted to Dale Burmester, Manager – Economic Planning, at dburmester@atcllc.com

April 15, 2013 ATC Economic Planning Update

As a continuation of our 2013 Economic Planning Process, ATC has posted the following files for your review and feedback. ATC is seeking feedback from stakeholders regarding the study information posted below.

2013 Preliminary Futures Matrix

This document details the preliminary drivers and assumptions that ATC is planning to utilize for the 2013 PROMOD development and analysis.

ATC Potential Economic Study Area

This document details the several potential study areas ATC is considering for economic analysis as part of the 2013 Economic Planning process.

Public Policy Requirements

In addition to potential studies area linked to market congestion, ATC is also seeking feedback in areas where Public Policy Requirements may drive transmission needs. Public Policy Requirements are enacted statutes (i.e., passed by the legislature and signed by the executive) and regulations promulgated by a relevant jurisdiction, whether within a state or at the federal level, including duly enacted laws or regulations passed by a local governmental entity, such as a municipal or county government.  Stakeholders are encouraged to provide ATC with Public Policy Requirements.  ATC utilizes transmission needs driven by Public Policy Requirements in its assumptions when performing economic analysis of study areas.  The transmission needs driven by Public Policy Requirements that will be included in ATC’s finalized assumptions will be posted prior to May 15th.

We look forward to your involvement in this process and appreciate your input and feedback as we proceed with our 2013 TYA and Economic Planning process.  We will continue to work with you and plan to finalize our economic analysis plan and assumptions by May 15, 2013.

Any comments or inquiries related to these studies can be submitted to Dale Burmester, Manager – Economic Planning, at dburmester@atcllc.com.

 

 

February 26, 2013 Stakeholder Meeting

ATC is planning to host a customer/stakeholder meeting on February 26, 2013. This meeting will be a hosted at ATC headquarters in Pewaukee and by webcast.  Please hold this date on your calendars if you plan to attend.

In compliance with FERC Order 890, topics of discussion will include:

  • 2013 ATC Economic Analysis Preliminary Study Design and Discussion

The following materials will be discussed during this meeting:

Meeting Agenda

Updated 2012 ATC Order 890 Study Results

2012 Market and PROMOD Congestion Report

2013 10-Year Assessment – Preliminary Needs

2013 10-Year Assessment Reinforcement Guidelines – Preliminary Needs

2013 ATC Order 890 Economic Study Kickoff

ATC Order 890 Study Info – ATC LMP Information

Please indicate your participation plans to Erik Winsand at ewinsand@atcllc.com by noon on February 22, 2013.

Any comments or inquiries can be submitted to Dale Burmester, Manager – Economic Planning, at dburmester@atcllc.com.

2012 Meetings, Materials and Announcements

November 27, 2012 Stakeholder Meeting

ATC is planning to host a customer/stakeholder meeting on November 27, 2012. This meeting will be a hosted at ATC headquarters in Pewaukee.  Please hold this date on your calendars if you plan to attend.

In compliance with FERC Order 890, topics of discussion will include:

  • 2012 ATC Economic Analysis Results and Next Steps

The following materials will be discussed during this meeting:

Meeting Agenda

ATC Constraints In MISO Market YTD

ATC 2012 Economic Analysis Results

ATC 2012 Economic Analysis Next Steps

MISO MTEP13 PowerBase Development Update

MISO MTEP13 Futures Development

Please indicate your participation plans to Erik Winsand at ewinsand@atcllc.com by noon on November 16, 2012.

Any comments or inquiries can be submitted to Dale Burmester, Manager – Economic Planning, at dburmester@atcllc.com.

October 2, 2012: PROMOD Simulation for 2012 Study Year – Southeast Wisconsin Congestion Summary

Table 1 summarizes the Southeast Wisconsin congestion based on a PROMOD simulation for 2012 study year “before” and “after” Pleasant Prairie – Zion EC 345 kV project. 

The table includes the following information:

  • List of constraints “before” and “after” Pleasant Prairie – Zion EC 345 kV project
  • Annual congestion hours associated with the constraints (Simulation Data)
  • Annual shadow price associated with the constraints (Simulation Data)
  • Congestion severity index associated with the constraints (Simulation Data)

Please contact Dale Burmester, Manager – Economic Planning, at dburmester@atcllc.com or by phone at (608) 877-7109 if you have any questions.

September 20, 2012 Stakeholder Meeting

Meeting Materials (updated September 24, 2012):

Agenda

ATC 2013 Assessment Preliminary Study Design

ATC 2012 Order 890 Economic Update

ATC 2012 Economic Projects Study Areas

ATC 2012 Order 890 Saratoga-Petenwell Study Area Map

ATC 2012 Order 890 Milwaukee Study Area Map

ATC is planning to host a web conference with customers and stakeholders on September 20, 2012. Please hold the the time 1:00 – 3:00 pm (CDT) on your calendars if you plan to participate.

To continue our open planning discussions with our stakeholders and to comply with FERC Order 890, ATC would like to solicit feedback on our preliminary 2013 10-Year Assessment Study Design. In addition, we will provide an update on our Economic Benefits Studies.

We would appreciate knowing if you plan to participate.  Any comments or inquiries can be submitted to David Smith, Manager – Reliability Group, at dsmith@atcllc.com

June 29, 2012:  Granville – Tosa 138 kV line congestion mitigation

As scheduled, ATC has completed the short-term upgrades involving substation equipment’s at Tosa Substation.  The Granville – Tosa 138 kV line ratings are as follow:

Granville – Tosa 138 kV line (3443)

Existing Ratings (MVA): 293 SN / 403 SE / 381 WN / 461 WE

Please contact Dale Burmester, Manager – Economic Planning, at dburmester@atcllc.com or by phone at (608) 877-7109 if you have any questions.

May 15, 2012 Posting

In compliance with FERC Order 890, ATC has reviewed comments and feedback received from our stakeholders and has finalized its Futures Matrix and Project list for our 2012 economic analysis. The following materials provide greater detail regarding ATC’s study assumptions.

We appreciate your participation in this process and look forward to continued communication as we proceed through the 2012 analysis.  Any comments or inquiries related to these studies can be submitted to Dale Burmester, Manager – Economic Plan, at dburmester@atcllc.com

May 1, 2012: ATC Economic Planning Update
April 13, 2012:  Granville – Butler 138 kV line congestion mitigation

As scheduled, ATC has completed the short-term upgrades involving substation equipment’s at Butler Substation.  The Granville – Butler 138 kV line ratings are as follow:

Granville – Butler 138 kV line (3453)

Existing Ratings (MVA): 293 SN / 403 SE / 381 WN / 461 WE

Please contact Dale Burmester, Manager – Economic Planning, at dburmester@atcllc.com or by phone at (608) 877-7109 if you have any questions.

April 5, 2012: ATC Economic Planning Update

ATC is planning to host a customer/stakeholder meeting on April 5, 2012. This meeting will be a web-hosted meeting and conference call.  Please hold this date on your calendars if you plan to attend or call-in for this meeting.

In compliance with FERC Order 890, topics of discussion will include:

  • 2012 ATC Futures Matrix and Study Assumptions Review
  • 2012 ATC Economic Study Area

The following materials will be discussed during this meeting:

Please indicate your participation plans to Marcia Louden at mlouden@atcllc.com by noon on March 29, 2012.

Any comments or inquiries can be submitted to Dale Burmester, Manager – Economic Planning, at dburmester@atcllc.com

February 28, 2012:  ATC Economic Planning Update
January 30, 2012 Stakeholder Meeting

ATC is planning to host a customer/stakeholder meeting on January 30, 2012, at our Pewaukee headquarters. Please hold this date on your calendars if you plan to attend or call-in for this meeting.

In compliance with FERC Order 890, topics of discussion will include:

  • 2011 ATC Futures Matrix and Study Assumptions Review
  • 2011 ATC Economic Analysis Results and Next Steps
  • 2012 ATC Economic Analysis Preliminary Study Design and Discussion

The following materials will be discussed during this meeting:

Please indicate your participation plans to Marcia Louden at mlouden@atcllc.com by noon on January 25, 2012.

Any comments or inquiries can be submitted to Dale Burmester, Manager – Economic Planning, at dburmester@atcllc.com.