At ACES Delta, we’re expanding America’s next frontier of clean energy with green hydrogen. A joint venture between Mitsubishi Power Americas and Magnum Development, ACES Delta is developing the world’s largest renewable energy hub to produce, store, and deliver green hydrogen to the Western United States. Located in Delta, Utah, the Advanced Clean Energy Storage hub will serve as the country’s largest hydrogen gas and storage hub, initially storing over 300GWh of clean energy to the region with enormous capability for more.

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.


Through our planned network of hydrogen hubs across the U.S., we will move the boundaries of renewable energy to achieve safe, reliable and sustainable decarbonization.


ACES Delta develops, owns, and operates utility and industrial scale green hydrogen production and storage hubs throughout the United States to empower our customers with a longer term solution to affordably and reliably reach net zero.


Located in Delta, Utah, the Advanced Clean Energy Storage hub will be the world’s largest renewable energy storage facility, providing a complete end-to-end solution to produce, store, and convert renewable hydrogen to enable the decarbonization of the Western U.S.


ACES Delta leadership in renewable energy solutions is a result of our deep expertise and decades-long experience in development of energy infrastructure, manufacturing, engineering, financing and operating the world’s leading sources of sustainable energy.

Craig Broussard, President, CEO
and Board Chair of ACES Delta

Craig Broussard is a founder of and currently serves as the President and Chief Executive Officer for Magnum Development. He also serves as Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of ACES Delta. His extensive energy experience includes serving in a variety of executive positions in public/private industry both domestically and internationally. He also serves on the boards of Sawtooth Caverns, LLC and the Utah Foundation.

Mike Ducker, COO of ACES Delta

Michael Ducker is the Senior Vice President of Hydrogen Infrastructure at Mitsubishi Power and the Chief Operating Officer of ACES Delta. Since joining Mitsubishi Power over 10 years ago, Michael has successfully founded and launched multiple businesses within the company, including a solar development company, an artificial intelligence business unit, a market intelligence and strategic pricing business unit, and the company’s hydrogen business unit. Prior to Mitsubishi Power, Michael worked for the US Department of Energy and he holds a B.S. and M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Pennsylvania State University and George Washington University, respectively.

John Alvarado, Founder & CFO of ACES Delta

John Alvarado is a founder, the Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer for Magnum Development and the Chief Financial Officer of ACES Delta. With over 40 years in the energy industry as an energy finance professional, working for companies such as Shell Oil and Chemical Company, Occidental Petroleum, and as an International Internal Auditor, John uniquely offers experience across all traditional energy sectors both domestically and internationally. He holds a B.B.A in Finance from New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, and an M.B.A. from Fordham University in New York.

Rob Webster, Founder & CSO of ACES Delta

Rob Webster is a founder and Chief Strategy Officer of Magnum Development and a Chief Strategy Officer of ACES Delta. With over 40 years of experience in the energy industry as a geologist, business executive and entrepreneur, Rob has a proven track record of developing strategic plans to drive successful business ventures, including the co-founding of PacifiCorp Energy, of which he was also president. He holds a B.S. in Geology & Environmental Studies and an M.B.A. from Westminster College, an M.S. in Geology from Kansas State University and has completed Executive Studies in the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia.


The world is at a critical juncture in our transition to clean energy. Renewables are becoming more available and affordable, but we must find ways to solve the intermittency challenges of these clean resources and enable them to fuel industries outside of the power sector. At ACES Delta, we work with organizations across all sectors — utilities, developers, companies, industry experts, and governments — to move the boundaries of renewable energy and provide reliable decarbonized solutions at scale.


Founded by Mitsubishi Power and Magnum Energy, creators of the world’s largest renewable energy storage project, ACES Delta is your trusted partner in the global transition to green energy. Our expertise, innovation, and proven technology are transforming how people think about sustainability and empowering our partners with renewable energy for today and for our future.

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