December 2020, Vol. 247, No. 12


Hydrogen: The Future Gas Energy Network

By Richard Nemec, Contributing Editor  Delta, Utah, population 3,436, located about 100 miles (161 km) southwest of Salt Lake City, is not a place one would normally look for cutting-edge energy technology. It is the largest town in Millard County in the west-central part of the state and not far from the Topaz Relocation Center that interred Japanese-Americans during World War II.  Delta has long been known for the Intermountain Power Project (IPP), a massive municipal coal-fired generation plant that is being transformed into a 21st century energy project involving hydrogen and natural gas. While sitting quietly over a massive salt dome cavern

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