The BCU recently had a larger site with more than 1,000 square meters of space to build, providing additional 3MW capacity in 3 to 4 months and providing as much additional capacity as needed, and from a practical point of view, planned deployments of 1 to 2 MW per month are manageable.
To ensure electricity prices for most of the year, the BCU has been able to "turn off" our energy load (or power) with upstream suppliers for up to 60 hours a year to achieve this. Most of these extreme power events occur during hot weather and often coincide with very hot weather. The number of days when the ambient temperature exceeds 40 degrees Celsius, which is also the rated maximum operating temperature for most products that can reduce availability by up to 60 hours per year, leaving 8,700 hours of availability, or power availability of 99.3% or more per year.
BCU requires an initial contract of 3 to 5 years plus an optional extension (3 to 5 years)