Pollution in China will soon be history - hopefully.
China is in the works for building the world's largest high-power electricity transmission network as part of the country's efforts to battle the notorious smog and pollution.
These lines will stretch from Inner Mongolia, Shanxi, Shaanxi and Yunnan to Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei and the Yangtze and Pearl River deltas. When completed, it will allow many coal-fired power plants, the major contributor to China's air pollution, to close down.
These power lines will be able to reduce the density of PM2.5 smog particles - which is considered most dangerous to human health.
These high-tech lines have the ability to transmit power over distances two to three times greater than conventional power lines. This allows China to relocate many power plants from populated areas near Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou to remote inland areas.
Not everyone is convinced the benefits outweigh potential risks. One concern is that the new power network will be more vulnerable to blackouts as local problems could quickly develop into a system-wide crisis.