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  • Mette Mikkelsen

Aesthetic Towers Helped Approvals for 400 kV Line, INMR March 5, 2021

Not long ago, Denmark became the first country where the ubiquitous lattice transmission tower was no longer accepted for any new power line construction. While relatively small and with a population of less than 6 million, what made this development noteworthy on the international stage was that Denmark was a frontrunner in a trend that has been impacting a growing list of countries – public opposition to new overhead lines. Indeed, the lattice tower has become a symbol of the blemish that overhead lines sometimes impose on natural landscapes. If power companies can find more aesthetic and less obtrusive structures, there is good reason to expect that the public will object less, if at all. (Source: INMR)

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