Arkon Energy has acquired major European data center Hydrokraft AS and completed a US$28 million raise. These milestones will enable the 100% renewable data center infrastructure provider to continue its venture into bitcoin mining.

Arkon Energy has built a reputation by using renewable electricity to mine bitcoin. The process occurs through its distributed data centers, which utilize excess renewable power to bring down production costs. In addition, Arkon has a top-notch immersion cooling solution to ensure all equipment runs at maximum efficiency.

Acquiring Hydrokraft is a crucial step in Arkon's expansion plans. Hydrokraft operates one of the largest European data centers and utilizes roughly half of its maximum operating capacity of 60MW. As a result, Arkon will make the necessary adjustments to utilize that capacity to its full potential in the coming months.

The acquisition is made possible through Arkon Energy's senior debt and equity capital. In addition, the firm received help from Barkers Point Capital Advisors, Blue Sky Capital, Kestrel 0x1, Shima Capital, and other parties.

Barkers Point Capital Advisors Managing Partner Barry Kupferberg states:

“In a period in which the largest bitcoin miners in the world are struggling with high costs and over-leveraged balance sheets, the ability of Arkon Energy to attract capital highlights its unique value proposition. Distressed cycles produce winners and losers and Arkon is well positioned to be a winner.”

Following an ongoing bear market in crypto land, numerous mining companies struggle to make ends meet. Arkon aims to do better than those competitors by ensuring there is a sufficient runway and not committing to excessive debt by borrowing off future revenues. That forward-thinking approach will allow Arkon to keep moving forward, whereas other mining operations are forced to scale back.

Arkon Energy is in a prime position to expand its footprint in the bitcoin mining industry. The company always maintains a low-debt financial model, resulting in a solid balance sheet and a low-cost base for power. In addition, acquiring distressed companies and assets will ensure future growth.

Arkon Energy has acquired major European data center Hydrokraft AS and completed a US$28 million raise. These milestones will enable the 100% renewable data center infrastructure provider to continue its venture into bitcoin mining.

Arkon Energy has built a reputation by using renewable electricity to mine bitcoin. The process occurs through its distributed data centers, which utilize excess renewable power to bring down production costs. In addition, Arkon has a top-notch immersion cooling solution to ensure all equipment runs at maximum efficiency.

Acquiring Hydrokraft is a crucial step in Arkon's expansion plans. Hydrokraft operates one of the largest European data centers and utilizes roughly half of its maximum operating capacity of 60MW. As a result, Arkon will make the necessary adjustments to utilize that capacity to its full potential in the coming months.

The acquisition is made possible through Arkon Energy's senior debt and equity capital. In addition, the firm received help from Barkers Point Capital Advisors, Blue Sky Capital, Kestrel 0x1, Shima Capital, and other parties.

Barkers Point Capital Advisors Managing Partner Barry Kupferberg states:

“In a period in which the largest bitcoin miners in the world are struggling with high costs and over-leveraged balance sheets, the ability of Arkon Energy to attract capital highlights its unique value proposition. Distressed cycles produce winners and losers and Arkon is well positioned to be a winner.”

Following an ongoing bear market in crypto land, numerous mining companies struggle to make ends meet. Arkon aims to do better than those competitors by ensuring there is a sufficient runway and not committing to excessive debt by borrowing off future revenues. That forward-thinking approach will allow Arkon to keep moving forward, whereas other mining operations are forced to scale back.

Arkon Energy is in a prime position to expand its footprint in the bitcoin mining industry. The company always maintains a low-debt financial model, resulting in a solid balance sheet and a low-cost base for power. In addition, acquiring distressed companies and assets will ensure future growth.