Following the Irish government's approval of the terms and conditions of ORESS 1, a huge auction for offshore wind, 2.5GW of renewable energy could be added to the grid, enough to power 2.5 million Irish homes with green electricity. According to reports, at least three offshore energy auction...
Country: Republic of Ireland
Region: Western Europe
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EdgeConnex plans to build two more of the high-tech facilities at its existing site in Lucan, Dublin. The Lucan business park is also home to a massive Microsoft data centre facility
2016 and 2017
EdgeConnex initially built a 4,500sqm data centre in 2016 and later extended that facility further before adding a new 1,500sqm data hall in 2017
EdgeConnex Ireland (it's Irish subsidiary), applied in August 2018 for permission to build two new data halls, totaling almost 6,000sqm, on a 6.5 hectare site at Grange Castle business park.
4th and 5th buildings & Gas Generation Plant
Edgeconnex plans to construct two data centers (12,797 sq m/137,700 sq ft combined) and 24 standby diesel generators.
The first building in Dublin is drawing 10MW from the national grid plus 8MW from natural-gas turbines, which are supplementing its power supply while the utility company is building out more infrastructure to support it