It reads to me like the author is stating that a stiffer material means it could make an actuator with more output power, which doesn't make a lot of sense to me.
Maybe they mean a more efficient actuator? Actuator output power is just any definition of mechanical power; either a force times the linear speed or a torque times the rotational speed.
I think you're way overthinking this.
If you want to evenly handle N events in a month, then you convert a month to whatever time granularity you like (T) and then handle (N/T) events per T.
For example, if you want to handle 300 events in a 30 day window, and you want it smoothed to the day, then you handle (300/30) = 10 events per day.
If you have a ...