Irish court allowed Apple to cost data center cost 850 million euros
In February 2015 it became known that Apple plans to build in Europe to two data processing center (DPC) running on renewable energy. One of them was supposed to place in Ireland.
Locating the data center in a sparsely populated area, Apple hoped to win through the use of nearby green plants.
Six months later, the local Council issued a permit for the construction, but the work was blocked by filing two appeals.
This week, the court rejected the appeal, so that after two years of delay, Apple may begin implementation of the project, estimated at 850 million euros.
By the way, the second data center, which was chosen as Denmark, should be commissioned before the end of this year.