While renewable forms of energy produce significant efficiency gains, it is increasingly important to know what to do when a solar generator or wind turbine produces more energy than necessary. Storing energy in the network or in batteries can be expensive, inefficient or impossible. It is therefore common to cut energy production, a practice known as reduction. By installing chips called “ASICs”, the renewable energy sector could use this “surplus” energy as an additional source of revenue by securing the Bitcoin network, which would convert electricity into cash at market value in a process called mining. Variable renewable energy (VR) is a renewable energy source that may not be available when a user may need it. This contrasts with the demand energy generated by a nuclear or coal power plant available at any time. The two most common forms of VRE are solar and wind energy. There is still a lot of money on the table, even though the price of electricity would be lower than our estimates if it were produced and used more efficiently. The two most common ways of reducing emissions are to use batteries to store excess electricity and improve grid management, for example by transferring electricity for sale in other countries. Batteries are expensive, require a lot of construction resources, and lose between 10% and 25% of the electricity needed to heat up during charging. Efficiency losses related to the transmission of electricity are estimated at about 8-15%. ASIC stands for “application specific circuit”. These are computer chips designed to perform a single function as efficiently as possible. SHA256 ASICs are a possible additional solution to help reduce VRE reduction. SHA256 ASIC chips consume electricity and produce SHA256 hashes, which serve to secure the Bitcoin network and are paid by the Bitcoin network for the work done. These chips and Bitcoin network are designed to convert the cheapest available electricity directly into cash, making it a fantastic candidate to help reduce VRE reduction. The Bitcoin network will pay for all the normally reduced electricity it can get. With properly integrated ASIC chips, VREs would become even more efficient and competitive with polluting energy sources, accelerating the transition from global energy production to cleaner methods, further reducing the price of energy for energy. consumers and further reducing our CO2 emissions.