A 125-mile long electricity cable could be installed under the sea between Pembrokeshire and County Wexford in the Republic of Ireland. The Greenlink Interconnector is designed to share energy between the National Grid and its Irish equivalent. Planners claim it could help to reduce electricity costs on both sides of the sea. Greenlink said that effectively plugging one country into another could help with future energy security. The cable would carry enough power for 380,000 homes.
BBC 13th July 2018 read more »