Oklo and Wyoming Hyperscale to deliver 100 megawatts to its data centers

Oklo, a fast-fission clean power technology and nuclear fuel recycling company, is collaborating with Wyoming Hyperscale to supply 100 megawatts of clean power to a state-of-the-art data center campus. The companies have signed a non-binding letter of intent outlining their intent to enter into a 20-year Power Purchase Agreement, highlighting Oklo’s commitment to providing reliable and scalable clean power solutions in response to the increasing demand for electricity driven by global digitalization and artificial intelligence (AI) adoption.

“As the widespread adoption of artificial intelligence increases, Oklo remains dedicated to providing clean, reliable, and affordable energy solutions to meet the needs of our data center partners. Our partnership with Wyoming Hyperscale underscores our commitment to advancing sustainable energy practices and supporting high-efficiency operations within the data center industry,” said Jacob DeWitte, co-founder and CEO of Oklo.

Trenton Thornock, Founder and Managing Member of Wyoming Hyperscale, emphasized the project’s commitment to reimagining traditional data center development practices. “Our goal is to create data centers with minimal environmental impact. This collaboration with Oklo perfectly aligns with our vision for sustainable, efficient operations. By merging sustainability with advanced technology, we are setting a new standard for the future of accelerated computing.”

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