VoskCoin Solar Powered Crypto Mining Farm Build Plan! ☀️ Input Needed!

Love the channel! Two things: First, a request for those of us that run solar and do not want to pull from the grid, I would like to see a miner build based on maximum efficiency (maybe 2.5kW max).
Second, having recently installed my own 40kW solar system and knowing you need stable power 24/7 I would absolutely do batteries! I built my own 220kWh battery from 12 Nissan Leaf battery packs for about $20k. If you can build a miner, you can build your own power wall for far cheaper than commercial alternatives.

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Agreed dude building batteries ant that bad and easy to upgrade when needed. Immersion cooling is also my next upgrade :+1:

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One more idea on the new house, get a heat pump water heater and put your miners in the same room. That will make the water heater super efficient and it kicks out cold air to boot. We went with one of these: https://www.hotwater.com/water-heaters/residential/hybrid-electric-heat-pump/
Saves a huge amount of power!

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Don’t forget the windmill…verrrryyy important to max out watts achievable …windmill and solar panels should get you right.

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Hey VoskCoin, first post. I had actually started long term planning a solar farm on a large property inspired from your tour of CrazyDanes farm. I too am from Richmond, VA area and a member of VMSC for autocross in my Mustang. I’d love to learn more from you as I have just started my mining adventure in early December and expecting to scale up very quickly. Currently mining 2x3060 ti, 3x3080, and 2x6800 GPU’s. I’ve got more on order and expect to require electrical upgrades soon.

I own and operate a solar company here in Virginia. We serve the Richmond, Hampton Roads, and Augusta County area. I would love to help in any way I can. Please visit our website at www.xgenpower.com

We are offering a 10% discount on all our systems. Since you are a miner, there could be additional discounts as well.

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I install for $2.25 a watt in fl look up solar tech
I also live offgrid.
If you just want to buy parts i get better rates from my distributor then you get online.
I have a handful of solar videos on my channel
A couple on ground mounts.
Been in solar for 14 years.

My company wholesales crystal storage batteries that can sustain full power off the grid. We have models with varying capacities and a model that’s customizable for commercial use. These are completely renewable energy units that are cost effective and backed by a 10 year warranty. Any excess energy not used is stored for later use. Please let me know if interested and I will send details.

Hydro power on a creek or river flows power always except when water freezes. Not too expensive but I’d imagine getting permits is like pulling gator teeth without anesthesia. You need a 1.5 meter drop or double for 2 turbines. The drop could be natural or made with a backhoe.

I believe this idea created in a stand alone pool with water flowing down through the turbine and pumped back up to flow continuously. With a big pool the water would flow around but part of the water would have to pumped using some of the power to complete the cycle. Maybe several solar panels could power the pumps to startup without the grid and continue the flow. Fill the water with Epson salt to prevent algae & slime growth and no risk of freezing.

The cost of the generator is given as $4300 USD/kW. FAQ - Turbulent Website. Concrete costs are a lot but dyi cuts labor out so
the real queston who makes chinese knockoff because they steal everything except
death and taxes.

https://www.turbulent.be/

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I’ll share 2 nexgen solar technologies, pricey but doable once economies of scale reduce cost as supply demand equilibrium ensues. The 1st is nexgen liquid solar film that I assume could be applied to anything flat so no bulky panels to buy. Great news is liquid solar also collects energy from reflected light and the any light source including man made lighting will produce a lil juice. I see this product becoming popular to place on inside walls to collect energy from interior lighting

2nd solar roof design blends into the community better and are less likely to suffer wind damage plus they can support human weight so that is durability by design but to new to rate. Maybe some cheap vinyl coated plywood to paint and lay down solar film. Solar is gonna go down in price as competition cannibalizes everyone and new tech drops current product prices. All good!!