Ireland could lose new Intel plant as energy and water services feel strain
Ireland is on shortlist of three alongside Germany and Poland, but the tech giant is understood to have concerns about this country’s worsening energy crisis
Ireland’s chances of securing a new multibillion-euro Intel microchip plant are in doubt due to the severe strains on the country’s energy infrastructure and water services, the Business Post understands.
Pat Gelsinger, the global chief executive of Intel, confirmed last week that Ireland was one of ten countries on the shortlist of possible locations for the plant and the 10,000 jobs it could bring with it.
The Business Post understands...
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