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Connecting the power markets
in Ireland and Great Britain

Greenlink is a proposed subsea and underground electricity interconnector linking the power markets in Ireland and Great Britain and planned for commissioning in 2024. As an EU Project of Common Interest (PCI), it is one of Europe’s most important energy infrastructure projects.
 

Greenlink brings significant benefits on both sides of the Irish Sea for employment, energy security and the integration of low carbon energy sources. For Ireland, it provides a natural link to EU and Nordic electricity markets via Great Britain.

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380,000

 Potential to power
380,000 homes** 

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SECURITY

Enhances the
security of supply for
electricity consumers 

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INVESTMENT

€450m/£405m of private 
capital investment 
for Ireland and Wales* 

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VALUE FOR MONEY

Downward pressure 
on electricity bills

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ENERGY

Supports the growth 
and integration of 
low carbon energy

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JOBS

Jobs and knock-on 
economic benefits during construction & operation

Project Benefits

Latest News

CURRENT STATUS:

The project is now at an
advanced stage of development and preparations for the start of construction are under way.

The project requires planning permission in Ireland and Wales. For the latest on planning,
click here

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