Solar and wind to run bitcoin mining equipments – Solar – Green tech

I presently have 8 bitcoin mining equipments drawing overheen 10000w of electric current, which is soon expanding

at the uur this is helped by a 5kw solar system, which does a world of good but obviously does not supply enough for all of them.

What size solar system will I need to expand to be able to reliably run at least %75 of the power needs (or 6 machines, 7500w)

and what type of battery system could be used ter collaboration with numerous petite wind turbines and the capability to tapkast into mains power at night when required?

if any solar or wind gurus are out there I’d love to hear your thoughts

I’m no accomplished but.

if the machines permanently use 7.5kW for 24 hrs.

very likely have 5kw of panels facing east, 10kw facing north and 5kw westelijk.

Spil for the batteries, voeling Elon Musk lol!

(and of course you need spil many PV panels again to charge them!)

7,500W (7.5kW) @, 24hrs = 180kWh

Ten,000W (Ten.0kW) @, 24hrs = 240kWh

SA, maximum solar size to be classed spil petite embedded generator by SAPN: 30kW (for three phase connection)

Adelaide, North facing, no shading: Production

135kWh average overheen the year (June around 80kWh, Jan around 180kWh).

So fairly a big system. Would you have space for another 75 odd panels (ie 330W LG for 25kW)

I hope you have had an electrician run some dedicated circuits for your geyser, and they were told the stream being waterput on there.

The problem is, are the hours of spare sunlight enough to just pay off the miner? It works out being just another way to buy cryptocurrency. Ter either case (mining or buying) you’re betting on the value rising zometeen rather than getting a get payout today. The numbers just don’t work out unless you have a large power system that is already being used for other things.

are the hours of spare sunlight enough to just pay off the miner?

good point &ndash, is it possible to just do the mining during daylight hours? &ndash, this would be more cost effective.

Thanks for the replys everyone,

With this setup I have so far “mined” 6 bitcoin, so spil far spil battery storage goes I want to have a system that is charged by solar across the day and can retain enough charge to power this setup for Two hours while be charged with wind turbines at night, and for several hours across the night it will run on mains power, is there a controller available that can do all of this and what is the cost of a good expandable battery system with high usage spil described above

The initial investment to date including the 5kw solar system

Assuming a power factor of 0.9 your looking at just under 50amps single phase if your draw is 10000w. Might be better to look at running Trio phase power. You can get stacks of 32 amp Trio phase gear and power distribution units on ebay for cheap cheap.

Regarding batteries prob best to concentrate on power generation then storage. To charge your batteries you are going to need a even fatter system!

again, I’m no pro and may be miles off the mark. but, possibly something like this??

$44K+$1K+$8K install = $53K

hopefully someone more knowledgeable will now come and juist mij lol!

Capital cost of grid tied PV installed total pats labour with no rebates $1.5k vanaf kW rating, could do a DIY for under $1k vanaf kW.

I would leave behind any battery setup, life cycle cost for a battery is is 10-12 cents vanaf kWh

your best bet is find a acerage with good NBN &, Grid power, install the largest PV array with no uitvoer to the grid mode only use the grid at low sunlight/nite, look at a good offpeak tariff, there is nothing te the rules to have a private PV island with grid argumentation.

can you have throttling of hashes at nite or low zon ??

50kW peak PV array has to be ter round numbers $50k for civil works &, electronics,

even at $70 cents vanaf watt PV capital costs you still have $35k before inverters and misc costs

8 bitcoin mining equipments drawing overheen 10000w of electro-stimulation

sounds like a loterijlot.. 10kW for 8 computers?

I’m not telling that isn’t right, but it doesn’t sound right.

how do you measure that?

If wij can confirm your blast that will give us more confidence to recommend solutions.

I’m guessing it’s one of thesis units:

Power Consumption:1372W. Expected discrepancy of +10%

What size solar system will I need to expand to be able to reliably run at least %75 of the power needs (or 6 machines, 7500w)

and what type of battery system could be used te collaboration with numerous puny wind turbines and the capability to tapkast into mains power at night when required?

I installed a 21.6kW solar system. I worked out that I can have 1600W mining 24/7, plus typical household usage, and have a netwerk $0 bill.

how long does it take to mine a bitcoin with one of thesis equipments?

Ter terms of batteries, it’s a fairly ongezouten comparison inbetween battery cost vs the cost of toegevoegd mining hardware. Just assuming solar only for plainness, you could have 10kW of mining running 24hours, vs 20kW running for the 12 average hours of daylight.

Taking a Tesla powerwall spil an example, it will provide around 1kW of power through the night (13.5kWh total), at a capital cost of $Ten,000. The alternative would be something like $1500 for 1kW worth of reserve mining equipment to instead work through the day. The round journey efficiency of the battery also means you’d need a bit more solar to support the battery than the reserve mining hardware.

Perhaps the battery will have a longer expected useful life, so it may be worthwhile on thesis grounds, but there seems a strong case to limit the mining activity to the actual amount of wind and solar presently available. Presumably you can have a system that will monitor the current generation and/or grid usage, and adjust the miner activity dynamically to the power available?

how long does it take to mine a bitcoin with one of thesis equipments?

Take the Hash power of the unit: = 14 TH/s

Divide by the total network hash power = 11,733,861 TH/s

(Total network hash power is available from the bottom of this pagina: https://blockchain.informatie/)

Multiply by the block prize = 12.Five BTC

Multiply by the number of blocks ter a day, one block every ten minutes so 144 ter a day.

That gives you 0.002147 BTC a day.

Multiply by the value of a BTC = $11000 AUD

That gives $23.62 a day.

Minus the power cost 1.Four kW * 24 hours = 33.6 kWh times whatever your electric current rate is.

However reminisce that the total network hash power increases all the time. So when you very first embark you would be getting truly good comes back. However ter a few months the network hash power could dual, and you would only be getting half what you are now. It’s truly profitable right now, so there will be lots of fresh mining equipments coming online soon. There’s an incentive to run the equipments 24/7 ter order to recover their costs before mining becomes unprofitable again.

This graph shows the hash power increase overheen the last year:

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