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Strategies & Market Trends : The Financial Collapse of 2001 Unwinding

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From: Elroy Jetson5/7/2024 11:31:02 PM
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AI data centers alone are expected to add about 323 terawatt hours of electricity demand in the U.S. by 2030, according to Wells Fargo. That's 323,000,000 megawatts

The entire electrical grid of Kenya can carry 0.002651 terawatts, that's 2,600 megawatts.

Goldman Sachs projects this 323 terawatts of electricity for data centers will represent 8% of total U.S. electricity consumption by the end of the decade.

Natural gas industry firms are betting natural gas will serve as the preferred choice to generate this electricity, but these tech firms have their own ideas.
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