The anticipated Bitcoin (CRYPTO:BTC) halving, which will reduce block rewards from 6.25 BTC to 3.125 BTC, might compel Bitcoin miners to pursue more sustainable energy sources.

This shift is expected as the profitability of mining operations could be significantly impacted due to the halving coupled with an ever-increasing Bitcoin hash rate.

Such a move towards greener practices could, in turn, enhance the sustainability of the entire grid.

According to Matteo Greco, a research analyst at Fineqia International, this pivotal event could push miners towards more capital-efficient and environmentally friendly energy solutions, potentially leading to a more sustainable Bitcoin mining network overall.