Contracted gas generators drop out of market, worsening projected power shortage
It comes as six data centres with a maximum power requirement of 677MW are to be connected to the electricity transmission grid this year
A gas power project contracted to start delivering electricity from next year has dropped out of the Irish market, leaving the country facing a growing power supply deficit.
The power project was due to be constructed by Data and Power Hub Services Limited, which is a partner company to Echelon data centres. It would have delivered 100MW of power to the electricity grid and was due to come online in south Dublin next year, but ...