Electric Service Providers in Sheboygan County
Sheboygan County has four competing electrical service providers. Two are public-owned utilities and two are private. The County also boasts over twenty sub-stations and multiple high-voltage power transmission lines. In addition, there are two power plants in the county. These conditions not only allows for completion, but many options for duplicate power.
- Alliant Energy
- WE Energies (Wisconsin Electric Power Company)
- Plymouth Utility (WPPI or ATC)
- Sheboygan Falls Utility
Edgewater Generating Station, the flagship plant of Alliant Energy, is a base load, coal fired, electrical power station located in Sheboygan, which provides electricity for customers in the northeastern part of Alliant Energy’s Wisconsin Power & Light service area, along with service to several local municipal utilities. Generation Capacity: 812 mw.
Alliant Energy also owns a 295 mw natural gas power station in Sheboygan Falls.
Overhead transmission lines are owned by American Transmission Company (ATC); there are three 345 kV lines, three 138 kV lines, and one 69 kV line serving Sheboygan County. Click here to view a map of ATC transmission lines.
Electric Utility Service Territory Map
Boundaries May Not Be Exact