Magnum Development and Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems to develop 1,000 megawatts of clean energy storage in central Utah.
- Advanced Clean Energy Storage enables use of hydrogen to drive gas turbines, generating low-carbon electricity.
- Utility-scale storage technologies include renewable hydrogen, compressed air energy storage, large-scale flow batteries, and solid-oxide fuel cells.
- Energy storage initially sufficient to service 150,000 households for one year.
- Initiative relies on the western U.S.’ only “Gulf Coast”-style salt dome.
- Location adjacent to Intermountain Power Project allows integration into western U.S. power grid using existing infrastructure.