Ofgem could drop plans for Ireland green energy link – 9 March 2015

Regulator to consult on three interconnectors that could provide 3.4GW of capacity by 2020, but will also consider ditching plans for Irish link

Ofgem is considering approving proposals for undersea links to the grid in France and Denmark, but may drop a planned connection to Ireland designed to provide the UK with access to Irish wind farms.

The regulator is consulting on proposals to approve three new electricity interconnectors, which could be built by 2020 and provide about 3.4MW of capacity.

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