Published on May 27th, 2018 | by bitcoin0
Bitcoin come as miners it is the hot news stress power grids in central washington.
The process, which the industry calls mining, involves trillions of computer calculations and sucks up huge amounts of power.
In the past six months, by contrast, miners have requested loads of 50 megawatts and, in several cases, 100 megawatts.
Wright was a public utility veteran who ran the Bonneville Power Administration before coming to Chelan County.
But if the utilities are selling more of their power to local Bitcoin miners, they’re exporting less power at those premium prices, which makes it harder to keep local rates low.
And, in all likelihood, utility officials in those cheap power regions will be paying attention, too.