Interxion pauses $300m expansion plan due to data centre ban
Owner warns some companies are reconsidering plans to invest here in light of Eirgrid’s response to the severe energy crisis
Interxion, which owns and operates a number of data centres in Dublin, has paused a $300 million expansion plan due to Eirgrid’s moratorium on the building of new facilities.
Seamus Dunne, the company’s managing director, said the ban on new data centre applications was unfair, particularly as it didn’t distinguish between different types of facilities.
He was speaking after Digital Realty, Interxion’s parent company, recently concluded a deal to buy an eight-acre parcel of land ...