Fingal County Council gives go-ahead to major Dublin data centre
The country’s energy regulator declined to make a submission to the council on a proposal by Energia to build a data centre in north Dublin which the company says will be carbon neutral and sustainably managed
Fingal County Council has given the go-ahead for the construction of a major data centre in north Dublin, after the country’s energy regulator declined to comment on a proposal for a 75,000 square metre development near the Huntstown Power Station.
Energia this week received planning permission from the council for a data centre which it says will be sustainably managed and carbon neutral.
The proposal, which was opposed by a significant environmental group as well ...