Siemens Energy and Intermountain Power Agency join forces on utility-scale hydrogen pilot project

A new conceptual design study is looking at the feasibility of integrating a hydrogen storage system into an advanced class combined cycle power plant in the US.

Siemens Energy and Intermountain Power Agency have teamed up on the project that will focus on the 840-MW Intermountain Generating Station in Delta, Utah.

Together, the partnership hopes to analyse the overall efficiency and reliability of CO2-free power supply involving large-scale production and storage of hydrogen.

According to a statement, the study will also analyse aspects of integrating the system into an existing power plant and transmission grid.

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