Findlay Megawatt Hub will provide emerging industries with high-volume power

One Energy Enterprises, a Findlay-based wind turbine builder, “unveiled its first Megawatt Hub,” a “breakthrough” for emerging energy-intensive industries such as digital currency mining, mobile data centers, cathode and anode manufacturing, hydrogen production, electric fleet charging and indoor farming, The Courier reports. Chief Executive Officer Jereme Kent said, “[t]he range of applications for our Megawatt Hubs is remarkable. . . .Getting this scale of power at transmission voltages is complicated, and the lack of access to this power has been stifling these industries. We hope to enable acceleration of these emerging industries by taking power problems off the table.” The 30-megawatt site is expandable to 150 MW, powered by “the first fully digital, transmission-voltage substation in the United States”; it will feature “a charging pad for electric semi-trucks and large electric vehicles” that can charge up to 90 electric semi-trucks at the same time at its initial sizing. For more, read the full article.

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