Terna is able to reduce the impact of electric lines on the landscape by identifying routes in areas that have good compatibility with the landscape and choosing supports that integrate well with it. In the last few years, Terna has increased the alternatives at its disposal by, among other things, having new supports designed by world-famous architects. 

Similar thinking applies to electric stations. Stations have a greater, but much more circumscribed impact. In some cases, trees are planted to mask them. 

When the infrastructure in question already exists, mitigation measures are aimed at reducing its visibility and/or improve their integration in the landscape. In particular, Terna devises systems to hide fences, enhances the buildings, and uses naturalistic engineering techniques. These solutions also constitute the foundation for developing criteria for the design of new plants.