Renewable hydrogen energy hub progresses

Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS) will supply two M501 JAC power trains for the Intermountain Power Plant in Delta, Utah, which will soon run on renewable hydrogen.

The award announced today is the first for Advanced Class Gas Turbines designed and purchased as part of a comprehensive plant which will transition from coal, to natural gas, and then to renewable hydrogen.

The plants transition to hydrogen will begin in 2025 when the turbines will commercially use a mix of 30% hydrogen and 70% natural gas.

Then between 2025-2045, the hydrogen capability will be increased to 100% renewable hydrogen, enabling carbon-free utility-scale power generation.

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