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green energy growing challenge getting a powerful solar and wind farms to get people who use it I'm not mean big ugly transmission lines and I'm sure in some pristine area ringers reporter Nichola groom spoke to some people protecting their clients in Arkansas either rural property it Arab pretty part of the country and many of the property already has given up evening for our natural gas lines or other power line no , property , battles over where to put power lines are unusual but it's an emerging problem for clean energy companies suddenly find themselves they will abide by landowners the environmental groups like the Sierra Club actually support development of the transmission line because they say they are necessary to getting large amount of renewable energy from part of the country where the wind blows in the sunshine to the part of the kind , one company struggling Texas bait clean line energy which built their power lines it's already been blocked in Missouri for a line that would link pancakes windward customers in Indiana Missouri regulators decided it didn't help the state meet its renewable energy goals president Obama demand for deep cuts in U. S. power plant emissions means more green energy and power lines a report by Edison electric institute found that nearly half of the forty eight billion dollars that transmission project in the next ten years are for renewable energy resources