Renewable Hydrogen Alliance (RHA) has welcomed its newest member, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS).
MHPS is a major power generation equipment and storage solutions provider for the energy industry empowering customers to affordably and reliably combat climate change and advance human prosperity.
Products include advanced class gas turbines, hydrogen gas turbines, lithium ion and flow battery technologies, digital solutions, and renewable energy project development.
MHPS and Magnum Development launched the world’s largest renewable energy storage project, called ACES (Advanced Clean Energy Storage) located in Delta, Utah.
ACES will produce and store hydrogen from renewable electricity in a series of underground salt dome caverns.
ACES will produce and store hydrogen from renewable electricity in a series of underground salt-dome caverns, the projected 150 GWh capacity exceeding by many tens of times the combined currently installed total US battery storage capability.