Where I am power is pretty cheap, 0,11 cents per kWh.
Bitcoin is vapourware. A number in a computer system. It is not a tangible thing, not a tangible asset. It's a concept that only has value whilst enough people attribute value to it and which vanishes into nothing the minute people cease to believe it has value. Comparing this with gold is honestly ridiculous. Gold is tangible. You can physically hold it. It's value has largely stayed stable for 100s of years. It can't vanish. It's inherent value may go up or down but historically it has always been a stable asset.
Besides, the future of money is digital.
ATM, it’s 12.28 cents per kWh where I live.
As soon as any digital/electronic system fails, so will bitcoin.
When was the last time you used cash?