Oklo Inc. partners with Wyoming Hyperscale to power advanced data centers


Oklo Inc. (NYSE: OKLO), a pioneer in fast fission clean power technology and nuclear fuel recycling, has announced a strategic collaboration with Wyoming Hyperscale to supply 100 megawatts of clean energy to a state-of-the-art data center campus. This partnership underscores a significant advancement in sustainable energy solutions tailored for the burgeoning digital and artificial intelligence (AI) sectors.

Pioneering Clean Power Solutions for Digital Growth

Under the terms of a non-binding letter of intent, Oklo Inc. and Wyoming Hyperscale aim to finalize a 20-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA). This agreement highlights Oklo’s dedication to supporting the escalating electricity demands fueled by global digitalization and the widespread adoption of AI technologies. “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,” stated Jacob DeWitte, co-founder and CEO of Oklo. He emphasized the company’s commitment to advancing sustainable energy practices and enhancing high-efficiency operations within the data center industry.

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Sustainable and Efficient Data Center Operations

Trenton Thornock, Founder and Managing Member of Wyoming Hyperscale, shared his vision for the project, focusing on the development of environmentally friendly data centers. “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,” Thornock said.

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Oklo’s Innovative Energy Technology

Oklo Inc. is not only leading in the development of fast fission power plants but is also at the forefront of nuclear fuel recycling innovations. The company has received a site use permit from the U.S. Department of Energy, was awarded fuel material from Idaho National Laboratory, submitted the first advanced fission custom combined license application to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and is actively developing advanced fuel recycling technologies in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Energy and U.S. National Laboratories.

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Wyoming Hyperscale’s Green Data Center Design

Wyoming Hyperscale continues to push the boundaries of data center design with its eco-friendly, ultra-green approach. The company is revolutionizing the data center landscape by focusing on sustainability and offering next-gen hyperscale solutions, particularly for AI applications. Their commitment to reducing the environmental impact and enhancing the reliability of data centers is a testament to their innovative strategy.

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