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I was wondering if there's anyone is EU or USA mining on solarpower. I thought since solar panals pay themselves back overtime, it might be interesting to mine if you have solarpanels, because you free electricity, and payback solarpanels and have crypto profits..

 

Anyone?

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53 minutes ago, alther said:

I don't know but there might be. Having a mining device and supported with solar panels is my dream.
How not, according to research solar panels cut mining costs by 75%. Isn't that very profitable if you can have it.

Yes, that was exactly what I was thinking. There are places in southern USA and southern Europe, that should be perfect for this, with in general decent weather

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It would be cool if we had the option to choose the type of energy to use, in the case of mining this would be ideal. Low cost, caring for the environment would all be possible with renewable energy, and solar energy would be a great alternative.

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seems ineffective for mining using solar energy panels. Because it takes thousands off watts of voltage every day and it must be active 24 hours. Solar power just for daily needs such as lights, water, television etc.

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12 hours ago, CrazyIvan said:

I was wondering if there's anyone is EU or USA mining on solarpower. I thought since solar panals pay themselves back overtime, it might be interesting to mine if you have solarpanels, because you free electricity, and payback solarpanels and have crypto profits..

 

Anyone?

    Yes my brother, i'm in mining with actually two type of alternative power, and i'm already in profits from the first day, because, all stuff i'm using, was already in my home.

For the two kind of energy: i'm in panels solar energy, and also in Steam Engine energy, this last one i build it my self, but of cours with some help from youtube channels, you know this days we can find a lot of things that is helpful in life.

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Yes of course many biggest mining rigs are using their own source of energy for mining such as solar power, bio gas, and waterproof energy cause the electricity is too much cost.

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I use solar panels to mine cryptocurrency when the sun is shining. It is not profitable to have batteries to run through the night.

 

I bought 2nd hand solar panels long ago for 50 cents per watt but now you can find better deals on ebay or by the pallet.

 

If you put everything together yourself, you save even more money. I have 2x6 treated lumber racks on 4x4 posts set into the ground. Each rack holds four 200 watt solar panels.

 

In summer I can run two mining rigs for about 6 to 10 hours, depending on how clear the sky is. Currently I have nearly 2,000 watts of solar panels hooked up. Some batteries are used as a buffer only in case of light clouds.

 

I am working on a fully automated solar powered mining farm using an Arduino micro computer to turn mining rigs on and off as power is available.

 

You can cut out the power supply and inverter by using a PICO ATX power supply which runs directly on 12 volts. I use a 24 to 12 volt adapter to bring the 24 volt solar panels down to 12 volts to run the PICO ATX power supply. But that is still more efficient than stepping up through an inverter and then back down again through a power supply.

 

I plan to keep expanding my solar power array and adding on more mining rigs with time.


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On 26.10.2019 at 15:46, CrazyIvan said:

I was wondering if there's anyone is EU or USA mining on solarpower. I thought since solar panals pay themselves back overtime, it might be interesting to mine if you have solarpanels, because you free electricity, and payback solarpanels and have crypto profits..

 

Anyone?

Cryptocurrency mining requires huge power, the price of solar panels will be prohibitive for such power. It’s not for 2 minutes to turn on the kettle or microwave!

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I never heard about that, I think mining with solar power is requiring very hot area to have a lot of energy, I don't think is successful in EU but in USA maybe there is hot areas there

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On 10/26/2019 at 11:42 PM, spyaquino said:

It would be cool if we had the option to choose the type of energy to use, in the case of mining this would be ideal. Low cost, caring for the environment would all be possible with renewable energy, and solar energy would be a great alternative.

It is definitely your choice to make about what energy source to use for mining of cryptos. Aside from the high tariffs of using the public mains, a number of countries are clamping down on miners on account of the surge in demand for power the use of public supply entails. So having your own independent power comes down to the best option for anyone that can afford the initial cost.


 

 

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The mining project using solar panels has become a big necessity at the present time due to the large electric power consumption caused by mining using electricity. This is in addition to environmental pollution resulting from high temperatures. I have heard about a new project working on this idea, (Green Mining) but I do not know whether they have achieved their goal or not.

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Nobody is going to mine better by connecting a solar panel to their house. You would need dozens of gigantic solar panels in order to get a decent hash rate and only as long as the weather is sunny. If it's cloudy or raining your mining will stop and the rain could even damage the solar panels. And this also means you won't be able to mine during the winter.


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I have the same thought as you, probably in that country, the problems of electricity will not be common, and such exploitation will make profits much bigger, much safer.

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I am not in the United States, in my country electricity is quite expensive so it is very difficult to exploit value. It is jealous of those countries with favorable weather conditions and using solar energy to exploit

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I think solar power has become very popular over the years. It has many uses and advantages and many people are making use of it. I would advise fighure out with this article about solar pv companies  https://websolarguide.com/how-do-solar-companies-make-money/ Solar panel installations for bussiness is getting broad and most homes have started knowing the importance of keeping the environment from carbon-emission, noise pollution, excessive wastage of money on unnecessary fuels and bills.  

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mining of cryptos. Aside from the high tariffs of using the public mains.. a number of countries are clamping down on miners on account of the surge in demand for power the use...

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Perhaps the citizens of the United States who are mining do not use solar energy because the costs of electricity are proportional to the profits they make, but in the European Union and especially Germany many people try to use electrical energy to obtain continuous electricity and the almost free costs are only the maintenance costs of the devices


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There are a large number of people who generate electricity through solar panels to accomplish mining operations, because these panels provide a very large amount of electrical energy that we get through the wires where the solar panels generate large amounts of energy through light and sunlight, and there are also many One of the ways we generate natural electricity

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On 10/26/2019 at 3:46 PM, CrazyIvan said:

I was wondering if there's anyone is EU or USA mining on solarpower. I thought since solar panals pay themselves back overtime, it might be interesting to mine if you have solarpanels, because you free electricity, and payback solarpanels and have crypto profits..

 

Anyone?

I know a guy that has a solar pannel farm, but he has contract with the national energy company and he can't use even the excess energy for other reasons. The investment in solar energy is subsidized in the EU and there are certain conditions that can't be broken. Ηe might lose a lot of money if he switches to personal use.

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On 5/28/2020 at 11:16 PM, BTC Future said:

I know a guy that has a solar pannel farm, but he has contract with the national energy company and he can't use even the excess energy for other reasons. The investment in solar energy is subsidized in the EU and there are certain conditions that can't be broken. Ηe might lose a lot of money if he switches to personal use.

@Future which personality use are you talking about? Is it for mining? Or other personal use other than mining? 

Did you mean that if the person only want to use solar to mine, it will be subsidized? 

 

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1 minute ago, Yomose said:

@Future which personality use are you talking about? Is it for mining? Or other personal use other than mining? 

Did you mean that if the person only want to use solar to mine, it will be subsidized? 

 

The EU is subsidizing solar panels. Anyone that wants to install them on his field or on the top of his home can do it with a reduced price. The rest is paid by some EU programms that have to do with alternative energy sources. The EU is providing on average 30% of the cost to install them and they also ask to sell directly to the national energy provider. This person I know has a similar contract and I don't know if he can use the electricity for other purposes.

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5 minutes ago, BTC Future said:

The EU is subsidizing solar panels. Anyone that wants to install them on his field or on the top of his home can do it with a reduced price.

That means if I have GPUs at home and want to mine, I can do it with solar, because the solar will be at the top of my home. Thanks for this information. 

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Solar power mining is the best because you will reduce electricity usage and use small amount in other things. I have never use solar power in mining because i don't know how to install it at my home.


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Solar energy is perfect alternative for electricity to use in mining, because we invest one time in solar and produce solar energy if we use 12 hours solar energy to mining, then also we reduce mining cost half means its profitable deal.


 

   

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The use of solar energy for mining is a good idea because it reduces the consumption of electrical energy and makes mining less expensive and more profitable, where large profits can be obtained and we provide electrical energy and there are a lot of mining farms that rely on electrical energy

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