This is an opportunity
We all depend on electricity every time we turn the lights on. In our ever-changing world, we use more and more electricity to operate our televisions, to run our refrigerators, and to cook with our microwaves. There are transmission lines (wires) to move the power from where it’s generated to our homes, farms, factories and communities. We rely on that infrastructure day-in and day-out and take for granted the use of electricity when the lines that move it are out of sight, out of mind. Without that infrastructure, power would be more costly because of the limits placed on supply.