Energy regulator says no need for moratorium on data centres
The Commission for Regulation of Utilities has said new data centres will need on-site power generation and battery storage
All new data centre developments in Ireland will be required to build on-site power generation or adequate battery storage, the energy regulator has said. The regulator said this was the preferred option for future data centre developments and added that it will not be imposing a moratorium on new data centres in Ireland.
Announcing the decision of its consultation on the future of data centres in Ireland, the Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) said...
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