Aspen Creek Opens Second Solar-Powered Bitcoin Mining Center in Texas

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“Our mission is to create a sustainable source of renewable energy to power our operations and put renewables back on the grid. We're thrilled to partner with Compass Mining to expand access to renewably powered Bitcoin mining.” — Alexandra DaCosta (Aspen Creek CEO)

A Bitcoin mining operator, Aspen Creek Digital Corporation (ACDC), has announced that its second high-performance computing center (HPCC) has commenced operations in Texas. The center is co-located with a renewable energy farm.

The company announced the development in a press release on Monday. They also tweeted their excitement about the expansion. Aspen Creek stated that the new facility would be among the largest renewable-based facilities hosting mining client units.

The 30MW data center can support up to 10,000 ASIC miners. It is linked behind the meter to the brand-new 87MW solar farm.



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The ACDC project will provide the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) with additional power generation resources. Additionally, it will offer beneficial controllable load resources that boost the range of renewables and stabilize the grid.

Notably, ACDC is in a hosting partnership with Compass Mining to host 27MW of capacity at the facility. This will be operational in Q4 2022.

According to the CEO of ACDC, Alexandra DaCosta,

“Our mission is to create a sustainable source of renewable energy to power our operations and put renewables back on the grid. We're thrilled to partner with Compass Mining to expand access to renewably powered Bitcoin mining.”

Compass Mining co-founder and co-CEO, Thomas Heller, has also praised the partnership. He claims that ACDC's combination of low-cost, renewable energy and mining operational excellence is difficult to find in today's market.

Written by
Chiagoziem Bede Ikwueze

“Our mission is to create a sustainable source of renewable energy to power our operations and put renewables back on the grid. We're thrilled to partner with Compass Mining to expand access to renewably powered Bitcoin mining.” — Alexandra DaCosta (Aspen Creek CEO)

A Bitcoin mining operator, Aspen Creek Digital Corporation (ACDC), has announced that its second high-performance computing center (HPCC) has commenced operations in Texas. The center is co-located with a renewable energy farm.

The company announced the development in a press release on Monday. They also tweeted their excitement about the expansion. Aspen Creek stated that the new facility would be among the largest renewable-based facilities hosting mining client units.

The 30MW data center can support up to 10,000 ASIC miners. It is linked behind the meter to the brand-new 87MW solar farm.



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The ACDC project will provide the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) with additional power generation resources. Additionally, it will offer beneficial controllable load resources that boost the range of renewables and stabilize the grid.

Notably, ACDC is in a hosting partnership with Compass Mining to host 27MW of capacity at the facility. This will be operational in Q4 2022.

According to the CEO of ACDC, Alexandra DaCosta,

“Our mission is to create a sustainable source of renewable energy to power our operations and put renewables back on the grid. We're thrilled to partner with Compass Mining to expand access to renewably powered Bitcoin mining.”

Compass Mining co-founder and co-CEO, Thomas Heller, has also praised the partnership. He claims that ACDC's combination of low-cost, renewable energy and mining operational excellence is difficult to find in today's market.

Written by
Chiagoziem Bede Ikwueze