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UPDATE: Eirgrid sets out western underground route

Eirgrid has identified an underground route option from northwest Mayo to Flagford in Co. Roscommon for the controversial Grid West project.

23rd June, 2014
Both overground and underground routes will be reviewed by a government-appointed independent panel

Eirgrid, which operates the national electricity grid, has identified an underground route option from northwest Mayo to Flagford in Co. Roscommon for the controversial Grid West project.

The feasibility of this underground corridor will be examined alongside the existing overhead pylons route before either is approved.

The underground cable, which will run mainly along local and regional roads, will go from Crossmolina to Ballina, down the east side of Lough Conn, northeast of Foxford and...

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