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.

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Western Energy Hub

Future facilities at the Western Energy Hub will support the expansion and utilization of multiple energy technologies.
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Magnum CAES

Magnum’s CAES Project will allow for bulk energy storage of off-peak power from renewable sources for later delivery.
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Magnum Midstream

Magnum is developing interstate pipeline and storage facilities to move gas between multiple receipt/delivery points.
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Sawtooth Caverns

Magnum will expand its existing NGL storage capabilities to include refined products such as jet fuel, diesel, and gasoline.
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Magnum Salt

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Magnum Crude

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The Western Energy Hub is located on private, federal and leased lands from the State Institutional Trust Land Administration (SITLA). Proceeds from future development at the Western Energy Hub will therefore directly benefit Utah schools and schoolchildren.