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24th February, 2019

Last week, I visited the heartland of the second-largest economy in the world. Driving south out of Frankfurt airport, extensive road works are underway to facilitate electric trucks. Driven by green energy, the plan is well advanced. It doesn’t obviate the necessity for overhead high-voltage transmission lines, which are apparently little-noticed by German citizens.

Meanwhile, back home, the more straightforward but badly needed inter-connector between Meath and Tyrone was, once again, given the...

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