MOVING THE BOUNDARIES OF RENEWABLE ENERGY
The world is on a mission to become carbon-neutral by 2050. At ACES Delta, we’re moving the boundaries of renewable energy. Enabling previously unattainable utility and industrial scale storage of renewable energy, we are transforming intermittent renewables into reliable, safe, and affordable energy. With ACES Delta, the clean energy possibilities are limitless.
Chevron Acquires Majority Stake In The Advanced Clean Energy Storage Hydrogen Project In Delta, Utah
THE RENEWABLE ENERGY STORAGE HUB
Our solutions enable storage of renewable energy for hours to unprecedented long-term durations of months. Our green hydrogen solutions enable simultaneous long-term renewable energy storage and long-duration renewable energy supply. On demand, renewable energy supports reliable power generation, industrial operations, and fueling our nation’s long-haul vehicle fleet.
The Advanced Clean Energy Storage hub provides a complete end-to-end solution to produce, store, and convert renewable hydrogen for carbon-free, year-round power in the Western United States. Our integrated green hydrogen generation and storage technologies provide both short- and long-duration energy storage and fuel supply infrastructure for consistent, uninterrupted, and dispatchable renewable energy.
Our renewable energy solutions with green hydrogen production and storage are scalable. Green hydrogen can be produced using electrolysis banks from 20 to 200 MW, equivalent to producing 10 to over 100 metric tonnes per day of hydrogen. Our storage approaches are equally scalable and support the expected evolution of hydrogen demand between now and 2050. Our storage approaches enable integration of renewable energy at unparalleled scales.
WHY ENERGY STORAGE IMPROVES RELIABILITY, RESILIENCE FOR THE WEST
The West continues to lead the nation in renewable generation. But recent extreme weather events have exposed vulnerabilities in the region’s grid system. In our new white paper, experts highlight recent challenges facing the Western U.S. grid, propose energy storage alternatives, and present a plan to use large-scale deployment of energy storage solutions.