Mitsubishi Power, Entergy to decarbonize utilities in four states


Mitsubishi Power and Entergy Corporation, signed a joint development agreement in which they will collaborate to bring decarbonization projects to Entergy’s utility businesses in Arkansas, Louisiana, including the separate jurisdiction of New Orleans, Mississippi and Texas.

The relationship will foster collaboration on project development and technology solutions toward enabling Entergy to create a cleaner, more sustainable future for stakeholders by limiting carbon emissions from electric power generation.

Entergy has engaged with Mitsubishi Power because of the company’s demonstrated ability to provide innovative total solutions leveraging multiple technologies to reach decarbonization goals.

Mitsubishi Power is a first mover in hydrogen-enabled gas turbine and long- and short-term storage solutions.

Together Entergy and Mitsubishi Power will focus on

-developing hydrogen-capable gas turbine combined cycle facilities
-developing green hydrogen production, storage and transportation facilities
-creating nuclear-supplied electrolysis facilities with energy storage
-developing utility scale battery storage systems
-enabling economic growth through partnerships with the Entergy utility customers

Arnes Biogradlija
Creative Content Director at EnergyNews.Biz

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