B&W, Applied Blockchain to check out clean power options in crypto mining
- Ohio-based power and also environmental items service provider Babcock & Wilcox (NYSE: BW), or B&W, and also Applied Blockchain Inc (PINK: APLD) will jointly check out clean energy and baseload power possibilities in the cryptocurrency mining industry.
The two companies have signed a collaboration offer that could lead to the addition of up to 1.5 GW of electric generation ability, B&W said in a declaration on Thursday, including that the collaboration could gain from its eco-friendly waste-to-energy, carbon capture and also hydrogen manufacturing, solar generation and also long-duration power storage space offerings. The agreement envisages participation in The United States and Canada over a period of 3 years.
"The worldwide demand for cryptocurrency mining has actually been expanding significantly and also we're delighted to play a key role in aiding our companion, Applied Blockchain, create the framework required to power this technological transformation in a lasting as well as economic way," stated B&W Vice President, Corporate Development & Investor Relations, Megan Wilson.
Dallas-based Applied Blockchain provides crypto mining, holding, as well as pooling options to customers worldwide.
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