It's taken ten months and cost seven hundred and fifty thousand pounds but today the residents in a remote Lake District were finally re-connected to the national grid.
Mains electricity in Wasdale was lost on Christmas Eve last year when a underwater cable in Wast Water developed a fault.
Since then residents and businesses in the area have relied on large and often noisy generators.
ITV Border's reporter Andy Burn sent this report.
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