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Utah power plant on track to burn hydrogen

IPP Renewed power plant aims to burn 30pc green hydrogen from 2025 and 100pc by 2045

The Intermountain Power Agency (IPA), a subdivision of the US state of Utah’s local government focused on electricity generation, has announced that its Intermountain Power Project (IPP) Renewed power plant in Utah is “on track” to run on 30pc green hydrogen in 2025. Engineering firm Mitsubishi Power has a contract to supply 840MW of turbines for the new plant, which is commercially guaranteed to be capable of running on a 30pc hydrogen and 70pc natural gas blend. IPP Renewed is still in the process of finalising the hydrogen supplier for the plant. The project will be built near Delta, Utah on the site of the existing 1.8GW IPP coal-fired power plant—one of the largest in the United State

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