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November 06, 2017, 07:37:36 PM
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There have been some issues with my electric company not having a set process for approving residential batteries, but it appears that has now been worked out.  I've been informed that Tesla has submitted the Residential Battery Installation Application to my electric company.  If the solar panel timeline is any guide, installation and activation of the Tesla Powerwall 2 system should occur over the next 1-2 months.

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November 22, 2017, 06:29:17 PM
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I signed application paperwork last night for Tesla so they can submit to the city for Powerwall 2 installation approval.  All agencies involved are new to this process for residential off grid energy storage, so it has been very slow going.  I am doing all I can to speed things along. 

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November 23, 2017, 10:07:00 PM
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November 28, 2017, 10:22:00 AM
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Hi. Is anybody on this thread selling bitcoin on any exchange at present that has been sourced environmentally through solar, wind etc?
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November 29, 2017, 01:28:56 AM
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Hi. Is anybody on this thread selling bitcoin on any exchange at present that has been sourced environmentally through solar, wind etc?

Is there demand for this?  I'd certainly be willing to exchange coins mined through environmentally friendly means at a premium for regular coins.

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November 29, 2017, 06:34:53 PM
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Hi. Is anybody on this thread selling bitcoin on any exchange at present that has been sourced environmentally through solar, wind etc?

Is there demand for this?  I'd certainly be willing to exchange coins mined through environmentally friendly means at a premium for regular coins.

There's definitely a demand but i don't think at a premium.

I had an idea of creating an exchange where you have to prove your coins were mined sustainable. But I'm not a developer. If the prices are the same, I'm sure more people would chose the environmentally friendly way.
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December 04, 2017, 09:14:25 PM
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I've been informed that Tesla has submitted the Residential Battery Installation Application to my electric company.  If the solar panel timeline is any guide, installation and activation of the Tesla Powerwall 2 system should occur over the next 1-2 months.

This application was returned today with a request to Tesla for more information.  I will update once the application has been resubmitted.

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December 05, 2017, 07:26:38 PM
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Man I get the feeling that the power company must not like Tesla if they make em jump thru hoops to install.  Sad

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December 20, 2017, 06:21:46 PM
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This project looks cool. Nowadays, we are in great need of solutions that can help us protect the environment. This is a great plan indeed.

It was a problem I recognized early on and starting working towards in 2014.  Always gotta keep your eyes ahead of the curve and not behind you.

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December 29, 2017, 09:07:00 PM
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Man I get the feeling that the power company must not like Tesla if they make em jump thru hoops to install.  Sad

We can only hope that energy companies will get it one day and accept that green energy is mainstream of the future...
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December 29, 2017, 09:17:07 PM
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This project looks cool. Nowadays, we are in great need of solutions that can help us protect the environment. This is a great plan indeed.

It was a problem I recognized early on and starting working towards in 2014.  Always gotta keep your eyes ahead of the curve and not behind you.

I like your project, guys...

If I want to join your mining pool with my equipment, what miners would you recommend?
I am deciding between Antminer S9, Avalon 7, Baikal Giant X10 or Dragonmint? I hear S9's die a lot?
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December 29, 2017, 10:12:57 PM
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I like your project, guys...

If I want to join your mining pool with my equipment, what miners would you recommend?
I am deciding between Antminer S9, Avalon 7, Baikal Giant X10 or Dragonmint? I hear S9's die a lot?

The NastyPool is sha256 only, so the Antminer S9 would be the best choice.  If you're worried about reliability, the Avalon isn't a bad choice either.

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December 31, 2017, 04:10:59 PM
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Anyone ever tried this project?

Here is our public member count list.  It shows the number of NastyFans accounts since December of 2012.  You can see we currently have 568 active member accounts.

https://nastyfans.org/members.csv

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January 10, 2018, 01:27:28 AM
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Man I get the feeling that the power company must not like Tesla if they make em jump thru hoops to install.  Sad

Its that most grid tie stuff at the homeowner level is a pain in the ass for them, and they want to make sure that some poor lineman isn't going to get lit up because somebody thinks their DIY BS is 'green'.  Look at how many stupid idiots use double ended 'suicide cords' to power their house every hurricane....  Add in the obvious lack of any basic science education or reading/research (this forum is a good example "how do I mine bitcoin on my android") , and it's a recipe for a big time sink for them.

Small little sources on the grid are difficult to manage.  Green energy in most parts of the country requires other quick turn base loads (natural gas where I live) for when clouds/wind don't work....  It isn't cheap.

(full disclosure - I have a 10KW grid tied, battery backed up system that was inspected by the electrical inspector and utility.  It's expensive, and absolutely will never ROI, never.)  Yeah, I mine with it, but it's not green...



 
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January 10, 2018, 03:54:22 PM
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What we need to know now is the procedure to purchase from this platform and the prospect it
possesses for intending subscribers.Looking at the specifications shown, does that reflect what each
subscriber must purchase or a part of the accessories listed.What is the profit rating vis-a-vis the amount of
seats purchased by a member?Thanks

Your questions seem to be about the NastyFans seats and not the green energy project. I would direct you to the NastyFans thread for more information on them.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=86854.0

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January 22, 2018, 08:54:28 PM
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What an interesting mining project. Can this potentially offer some significant improvement going into the future as solar panel tech gets better and cheaper as well?

With enough funds available, anything is possible.

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January 24, 2018, 04:14:56 PM
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How much do think i will it cost to built solar mining farm for beginners. And how many month or year before you get the ROI?

There are too many variables to make an accurate estimate, but if you want numbers, here goes...

$25,000 and 8 years.

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Congratulations on being able to rase enough capital to start this project.

I have no doubt that this will end up being a very successful project!

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January 29, 2018, 06:46:44 PM
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Hello. Would be interesting to know which has provided better ROI.
What is the return of energy to installation cost ratio for both the solar panels and the turbine?

There are so many variables involved, someone could make the numbers say whatever they want. 

If I ignore variables for the solar array like peak/holiday/weekend rates, electrical rate increases, etc...  I would wind up with a ~10 year ROI time.  If I try to calculate all these variables, it is closer to 6-8 years ROI.  As more time passes and I get more data, I will have a more accurate picture.  You have to remember I haven't even had the system for a full year yet.  I think 8 years is a good estimate though.

The wind turbine is a little more difficult because I've had it for less time and wind is harder to predict than sunlight.  When I calculate the numbers I have, I get an ROI time between 3-100 years depending on which snapshot of data you use.  If I were to make a lot of assumptions, I think a ~20 year ROI time is possible.  If I installed a larger more powerful wind turbine & batteries (mine aren't installed yet) I think I could have reduced the ROI time, but for a residential neighborhood I think I have pushed the limits of sanity already.

I should note that these ROI times include owning the equipment outright at the end of the time period.  While a wind turbine will likely be non-functioning and worthless in 20 years, a solar array will still have a high value in 8 years, likely meaning in the case of the solar array your ROI is actually getting a free solar array.

My conclusion is that while wind turbines are not ready for typical residential use yet, solar power is a no brainer for anyone living in a sunny climate who owns their home and plans to live there for a decade or more.

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January 29, 2018, 07:58:49 PM
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Hi OG,

Your thread is really inspiring! great stuff!

I wanted to ask to see if you could direct me in the right direction. Currently where I live I get different power rates depending on the time of day.

At night for 10 hours I get $0.06 per KWH. During the day I get $0.14 certain times and $0.08 other hours.

I wanted to research the way I could charge enough batteries during the night with Street power at the $.06 cent rate so I could then use the batteries during the time where highest rate is running.

Initially I would not think about adding solar since I want to charge during the night. In this case what technology would you recommend?

Initially I am shooting for 10KW for a few miners.

Cheers!
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