Many overhead power lines are not insulated. They are connected to pyrex or ceramic insulators where the line meets a support pole, but many of the lines carrying electricity to our homes are steel cables high in the air that use surrounding air as insulation. Some cables are coated in a plasticized rubber material, offering protection to the cable itself from the elements.
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