Video report by ITV News Meridian's Tony Green
The decision to build the UK's biggest solar farm in the Kent countryside has divided opinion.
Acres of marshland at Graveney Marshes has been given the green light to be turned into the solar farm, using renewable energy to power thousands of homes.
However those in opposition say the area is biologically sensitive, and that legal action may be the only option to stop it going ahead.
The solar farm itself would be roughly the same size as Faversham, a market town just over a mile away from the proposed site.
Despite the opposition, now that the proposal for green energy has been given the green light, construction could begin next year.