Greenlink: Planning applications submitted for Irish Sea interconnector

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Proposed cable would run beneath the Irish Sea
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Proposed cable would run beneath the Irish Sea

Proposals would run from Pembrokeshire in Wales to County Wexford in Ireland, linking UK to expanding Irish wind farm resources

The first planning application for the 125-mile long Greenlink electricity cable running beneath the Irish Sea will be submitted today, bringing ambitious plans to strengthen links between the Irish and...

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