The route electricity will take as it's carried from the proposed new nuclear power station at Hinkley Point has been revealed.
It'll mean around 140 new pylons will be put up along a route stretching 34 miles across Somerset.
But the National Grid says it'll bury some of the new cable underground and the new pylons will cause less disruption to the countryside.
But those who've protested over the issue say they're not being heard.
John Bevir reports:
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