ATCO Australia, headquartered in Perth, Western Australia, represents a full range of energy services. ATCO Australia develops, builds, owns and operates energy and infrastructure assets, drawing upon the company’s existing expertise in power generation, the transmission and distribution of electricity and natural gas and natural gas gathering, processing, storage and liquids extraction.
Visit our site: http://www.atco.com.au/
The ATCO Blue Flame Kitchen has been dishing up household advice and delicious recipes in Alberta for more than 85 years.
From cookbooks to cooking classes, ATCO Blue Flame Kitchen offers a variety of services including an answer line. Through this telephone, email and online live chat service, professional home economists answer consumer questions related to food, cooking, recipes, stain removal and other household problems.
The ATCO Blue Flame Kitchen Learning Centre in Calgary provides the public with hands-on learning from a team of experts. Professional staff offer a variety of cooking classes as well as educational programs that deal with food safety, preparation, household dilemmas, energy safety and sustainability around the home.
Now, ATCO Blue Flame Kitchen is serving up delectable dishes to the public at the ATCO Blue Flame Kitchen Café. Serving snacks, breakfast and lunch Monday – Friday from its own healthy recipes, The ATCO Blue Flame Kitchen Café is located at 919 11 Ave. S.W., Calgary.
Visit our site: http://www.atcoblueflamekitchen.com
ATCO Electric develops regulated distribution and transmission projects and plays a key role in the development of Alberta’s energy-rich industrial sector. With more than 85 years' experience, the company operates and maintains a safe, reliable system of transmission and distribution lines, delivering power to homes, farms and businesses in 245 communities.
Headquartered in Edmonton with 38 district offices, ATCO Electric serves nearly 224,000 customers in energy-rich northern and east-central Alberta.
Through its subsidiaries - ATCO Electric Yukon, Northland Utilities (NWT) Limited and Northland Utilities (Yellowknife) Limited - the company serves customers in Canada's North. In addition, ATCO Electric provides expert consumer advice through ATCO EnergySense.
ATCO Electric is on call 24-hours-a-day to respond to power line and related emergencies.
Visit our site: http://www.atcoelectric.com
A member of the ATCO Group of Companies, ATCO Electric Yukon has been providing electrical service to Yukoners for more than a century.
Today, ATCO Electric Yukon serves more than 17,000 customers in 19 communities from south of the Yukon border to north of the Arctic Circle.
ATCO Electric Yukon has a customer service office in Whitehorse and plant operators in 10 communities.
Visit our site: http://www.atcoelectricyukon.com/
ATCO Emissions Management, a division of ATCO Structures & Logistics, provides noise and air emissions control and waste heat recovery systems for power generation, oil and gas, petrochemical and other industrial sites worldwide.
For more than 35 years, we have provided custom or standard designs with engineering integrity, costs are minimized with our design, supply and install background, and we offset our customers' regulatory risks with an equipment performance guarantee.
Visit our site: http://www.atcoem.com/
ATCO Electric and ATCO Gas established ATCO EnergySense in 2001 to provide Albertans with a variety of energy management services.
ATCO EnergySense analysts perform commercial energy assessments on a wide variety of facilities including municipal, recreational, small to medium industrial, office, institutional and apartment and condominium complexes. Analysts recommend changes for improving energy efficiency, reducing energy costs and realizing environmental benefits. They provide a benchmarking metric to compare your energy consumption with similar facilities.
The ATCO EnergySense website provides energy efficiency information to help Alberta homeowners save money on energy costs, become more energy efficient and contribute to improving the environment. The website includes publications and interactive tools such as “The ATCO EnergySense House”, an application designed to provide energy saving and safety tips for the home.
The ATCO Energy Education Mobile is a travelling classroom that visits schools and communities across Alberta. Through its interactive and unique learning experience, the Education Mobile teaches students and Albertans about Alberta’s energy resources and energy efficiency.
Visit our site: http://www.atcoenergysense.com
ATCO Energy Solutions builds, owns and operates non-regulated energy and water-related infrastructure. The company focuses on offering natural gas gathering, processing and storage; natural gas liquids extraction, transportation and services; electric transmission and substations; and industrial water infrastructure solutions to the energy industry.
Visit our site: http://www.atcoenergysolutions.com
ATCO Gas is an Alberta-based regulated natural gas distribution company, serving more than 1.1 million customers in nearly 300 Alberta communities.
With 69 offices throughout the province, ATCO Gas provides service to municipal, residential, business and industrial customers. The company's core business is owning and operating a safe, reliable natural gas distribution system.
In addition, ATCO Gas provides expert consumer advice through ATCO EnergySense and ATCO Blue Flame Kitchen.
ATCO Gas is on call 24-hours-a-day to respond to gas odour calls and emergencies involving natural gas.
Visit our site: http://www.atcogas.com
ATCO Gas Australia owns, operates and maintains the largest gas infrastructure network in Western Australia. The company serves Geraldton, Kalgoorlie, Albany, Bunbury, Busselton, Harvey, Pinjarra, Brunswick Junction, Capel and the Perth greater metropolitan area, including Mandurah. Combined, ATCO Gas Australia has approximately 13,700 km of distribution mains connecting more than 700,000 customers.
Visit our site: http://www.atcogas.com.au
ATCO Mexico, headquartered in Mexico City, began operations in 2014 to pursue opportunities in Mexico’s energy market. The company’s strategy is modeled after ATCO’s Canadian and Australian operations that consist of diverse yet complementary businesses including power generation, natural gas and electricity transmission and distribution, and workforce accommodation and site services.
ATCO Mexico is focused on developing, building, owning and operating new energy infrastructure assets to support the development of Mexico’s energy infrastructure.
Visit our site: http://www.atcomexico.mx
ATCO Pipelines provides reliable and efficient delivery of natural gas and is committed to operational excellence and superior customer service while ensuring the safety of our employees and the public. With approximately 8,500 kilometres of pipelines and a peak delivery of 3.8 billion cubic feet per day, ATCO Pipelines is headquartered in Calgary with offices in Edmonton and facilities throughout Alberta.
Visit our site: http://www.atcopipelines.com
ATCO Power leverages its decades of experience and industry-leading expertise developing, building and operating independent power generation facilities to provide customers with custom, cost-effective power solutions including: commercial and industrial power marketing, sales and distributed power generation.
ATCO Power has an ownership position in 13 power generation plants in Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan and Ontario with a combined capacity of approximately 3,591 megawatts (MW) and total ownership interest in 2,286 MW.
Visit our site: http://www.atcopower.com
ASHCOR Technologies Ltd. markets coal combustion products from ATCO Power’s coal-fired generating stations in Alberta.
The predominant product marketed by ASHCOR is called fly ash – the non-combustible residue remaining after coal is consumed in a power plant furnace. Designated as a supplementary cementing material, fly ash is primarily used as a partial replacement for Portland cement in concrete products and oil well cementing slurries.
Visit our site: http://www.atcopower.com/ashcor/
ATCO Structures & Logistics offers modular buildings, site and camp services and industrial noise and emissions control solutions worldwide. With manufacturing facilities in North America and Australia, a global supply chain, and operations on five continents, the company has the expertise to rapidly deliver a turnkey solution anywhere it is needed.
Visit our site: http://www.atcosl.com
ATCO Sustainable Communities delivers custom-designed building solutions from concept to completion for Indigenous and other remote communities. Using a combination of off-site and on-site construction technologies, the most remote community facilities can be built faster and of higher quality. Architecturally appealing, affordable, energy efficient and easy to maintain, ATCO Sustainable Communities' projects reflect the culture and values of the community.
Visit our site: http://www.atcosc.com
CU Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Canadian Utilities Limited, part of the ATCO Group of Companies. An Alberta-based corporation with assets of approximately $14 billion and more than 5,400 employees, CU Inc. is composed of rate regulated utility operations in pipelines, natural gas and electricity transmission and distribution.
CU Inc.’s principal operating subsidiaries are ATCO Electric Ltd. and ATCO Gas and Pipelines Ltd.
Visit our site: http://www.canadianutilities.com/CU-Inc/
Canadian Utilities Limited, an ATCO company, with nearly 6,800 employees and assets of approximately $17 billion, delivers service excellence and innovative business solutions worldwide with leading companies engaged in Utilities (pipelines, natural gas and electricity transmission and distribution), Energy (power generation, natural gas gathering, processing, storage and liquids extraction) and Structures & Logistics (manufacturing, logistics and noise abatement).
Visit our site: http://www.canadianutilities.com
Northland Utilities is an equal partnership between ATCO Ltd. and Denendeh Investments Incorporated, which represents the 27 Dene First Nations of the Northwest Territories. Northland Utilities has two operating divisions: Northland Utilities (NWT) Limited and Northland Utilities (Yellowknife) Limited.
Northland Utilities has served the people of the Northwest Territories for more than 60 years delivering safe, reliable and cost-effective electricity services to more than 11,000 customers in Yellowknife, Hay River, Trout Lake, Kakisa, Dory Point, Fort Providence, Wekweeti, Enterprise and the K'at'lodeeche First Nation. It owns and operates more than 475 km of electric transmission and distribution line, five substations and five diesel plants.
Visit our site: http://www.northlandutilities.com