How Cryptocurrency Mining can earn you up to 40p per kWh
With the Feed-In Tariffs decreasing in recent years and now completely gone as of April 2019, we have the solution you’ve been looking for within the renewable energy sector. With the government wanting to increase the amount of renewable energy by 10% by 2020, the policy to remove financial incentives for that is somewhat, questionable.
Our totally independent model is already generating energy producers up to 40 pence per kWh. There is no reliance on subsidies, contracts and most importantly governments. Our investment lies within a non Geo-politically affected industry with the potential to earn multiple times what the tariffs can offer (if you’re lucky enough to have them).
By now you’re wondering what exactly it is… and the answer is Crypto mining.
Click here to watch our explainer video which tells you all about cryptocurrency, blockchain and crypto mining.
It’s as easy as turning on a computer. Just like the internet needs a LOT of web hosting servers, you would be utilising your energy on specialist Blockchain server equipment, effectively becoming a mini data centre; and as the owner yielding the rewards.
The Blockchain relies on a network of servers to power the system. Anyone who has the right equipment can contribute to the network. In return for providing processing power, the machine receives a fee in cryptocurrency.
So, 40 pence per kWh… we’ve been told that sounds ‘too good to be true’. But in fact, that figure has been artificially surpressed in order to appear more realistic than the actual earnings that we have achieved over the past 12 months.
See below our full figures breakdown detailing the pence per kWh earnings:
Or perhaps you would be looking at this as a more traditional investment and you’d simple want to know, how quickly will I earn back my investment?
The highlight figures are, for the past 12 months, as a domestic client you would have yielded up to a 59% ROI and for business clients it is up to a 91% ROI.
But don’t just take our word for it, hear from Phil Hughes, an AD Plant owner and one of our clients.