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CleanSpark Partners with Solar and Storage Developer Symmetric Energy

CleanSpark | December 16, 2020

CleanSpark, Inc. (Nasdaq: CLSK)("CleanSpark" or the "Organization"), a high level programming and controls innovation arrangements organization, zeroed in on tackling present day energy challenges, today declared it has banded together with Symmetric Energy (Symmetric) to target new microgrid ventures in Northern California. The target will be to give dependable back-up energy or off-framework power utilizing a blend of sun based PV and energy stockpiling for both business and home level private microgrids.

Symmetric is planning sun based and capacity arrangements that give "Genuine feelings of serenity" battery back-up administrations for private clients and energy security at a modern scale for business usage. Symmetric is situated in San Rafael, CA and serves the entirety of the Bay Area provinces including Marin, Sonoma, Napa, San Mateo, Santa Clara, just as the encompassing regions which have a past filled with fire and climate prompted power blackouts and request requirements.

Fully expecting the association, CleanSpark and Symmetric have just started venture improvement for off-framework private undertakings to be overseen by CleanSpark's protected mPulse wise controls for sunlight based and capacity. Moreover, the arrangement gives that mVSO, CleanSpark's plan and demonstrating programming, is to be utilized to examine impending ventures and RFPs for Symmetric.

Amer Tadayon, CleanSpark's Chief Revenue Officer remarked, "We are eager to report another organization with a grounded sun based and capacity engineer in California. We accept that banding together with CleanSpark for plan and controls programming alongside the co-advertising abilities of our group will permit Symmetric to quickly produce a lot more microgrid ventures. With Symmetric, CleanSpark will have the option to give mPulse to a significant number of undertakings through a trusted, existing relationship."

Elliott Jessup, Director of Business Development for Symmetric Energy expressed, "We had distinguished the need to bringing to the table astute programming and controls to give energy security, flexibility and cost-evasion to our drawn out customers. We investigated various choices and discovered that CleanSpark's control arrangement will best give our customers reserve funds, secure reinforcement power, and even give off-framework abilities when the need emerges. CleanSpark will give us the assets, connections and advancements to guarantee that the energy arrangements are appropriately streamlined to address the issues of our insightful private and business clients."

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Renewable energy accounted for a tenth of the total US energy consumption in 2015. Half of this was in the form of electricity. The most efficient forms of renewable energy geothermal, solar, wind, hydroelectricity and biomass.Biomass has the biggest contribution with 50%, followed by hydroelectricity at 26% and wind power at 18%.Geothermal energy is generated by harnessing the Earth’s natural heat. There is a tremendous amount stored in the planet with the conduction rate pegged at 44.2 terawatts. According to a recent report, the global industry is expected to produce around 18.4 gigawatts by 2021.

Spotlight

Renewable energy accounted for a tenth of the total US energy consumption in 2015. Half of this was in the form of electricity. The most efficient forms of renewable energy geothermal, solar, wind, hydroelectricity and biomass.Biomass has the biggest contribution with 50%, followed by hydroelectricity at 26% and wind power at 18%.Geothermal energy is generated by harnessing the Earth’s natural heat. There is a tremendous amount stored in the planet with the conduction rate pegged at 44.2 terawatts. According to a recent report, the global industry is expected to produce around 18.4 gigawatts by 2021.

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