The Supreme court of Ireland dismissed the appeal against the construction of the data center Apple
The Supreme court of Ireland today rejected the appeal against the construction of the country’s data processing center (DPC) Apple. Previous decision on this issue was made in the first half of October and is also in favor of Apple.
According to the judge, grounds for further appeals, no. So now the plan Apple could start to be realized.
Irish court allowed Apple to build a data center worth 850 million euros
Earlier it became known that the Irish government is considering making amendments to the law governing the planning of such projects. According to these additions, the data centers will be assigned to the objects of strategic infrastructure. As a result, the permit for construction is significantly accelerated.