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Amazon’s plans to build two more data centers in north Dublin have been approved.

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The approval of Amazon’s bid for two more data centers in north Dublin.

Environmental organizations are worried about the increased demand for energy that is already scarce and the negative environmental consequences.

Dublin City Council approved Amazon’s plan to build two data centers on 3.75 acres at Colliers Properties’ Clonshaugh Business and Technology Park.

There is already a data center there that is run by Amazon Web Services, which is a subsidiary of Amazon located in the United States.

Two new buildings with gross floor areas of 12,875m2 and 1,445m2 will be built on the site of the existing Ricoh building.

The larger building is going to have a total of two further mezzanine levels placed in it at some point in the near future.

We will have a dozen backup power plants located in buildings that are next to one another but otherwise identical.

The business anticipates that there will be anywhere from 15 to 58 employees working at the data centers around the clock,

And that the number of personnel working in the building phase would range anywhere from two hundred to four hundred.

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