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NORTHERN Ireland may get a second cross-border electricity interconnector if plans by Northern Ireland Electricity and its southern counterpart ESB come to fruition.
It is understood the two energy giants are considering a joint bid for the pounds 100 million contract to build a second interconnector which would allow more electricity to flow between the northern and southern grids.
This would reinforce both networks against power cuts.
NIE yesterday would not elaborate on the plans but in a statement said:
A second interconnector would help to ensure there is a robust infrastructure in place that will meet the …