Google, Amazon and Microsoft urge state to let them build private power wires for data centres

Tech giants want to be able to build private wires amid increasing industry frustration over grid constraints

Private wire projects are a critical tool for meeting the requirements of the government statement on the role of data centres in Ireland's enterprise economy

Business Post subscribers can read:

• Why tech giants want to be allowed to build their own power lines

• Why the government is planning to publish a policy on private wires, and when it will be published

• What the policy might mean for grid connections in Dublin