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Part of power transmission project on hold

Company studying electrical needs of Midwest, Canada

7:24 AM, Feb. 8, 2013
Nedd Niedermeyer of American Transmission Co., right, discusses the proposed high-voltage power line route with Louis Rynish of Seymour during a public meeting in October at the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center.
Nedd Niedermeyer of American Transmission Co., right, discusses the proposed high-voltage power line route with Louis Rynish of Seymour during a public meeting in October at the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center.
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American Transmission Co. is holding off work on a proposed 345-kilovolt line between a substation in Oconto County and Michigan's Upper Peninsula while a wider study of power needs in the region is conducted.

The work on a line from Morgan to Quinnesec, Mich., is being deferred while the Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator conducts a study looking at transmission and power grid topics in Manitoba, Canada; North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan.

"The additional components we have deferred are being rolled into a much broader study MISO is doing to ...

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