Global law firm Baker McKenzie is advising Advanced Clean Energy Storage I, LLC, along with Mitsubishi Power Americas, Inc., Magnum Development, LLC and Haddington Ventures, LLC in the US Department of Energy’s conditional commitment for approximately $500 million of debt financing for the Advanced Clean Energy Storage Project, which is expected to be the world’s largest renewable energy hub to produce, store and deliver green hydrogen to the Western United States. 
This conditional funding commitment signifies the latest development milestone for the Project. The industry-leading Advanced Clean Energy Storage hydrogen hub, located in Delta, Utah, was announced in May 2019 and is expected to provide 300 gigawatt-hours of clean energy storage.
ACES Delta is a joint venture between Mitsubishi Power Americas and Magnum Development. Haddington Ventures, LLC is the financial advisor for the hub and equity sponsor of Magnum Development.
Baker McKenzie Partners James O’Brien, Mark Tibberts, Matt Martin, Stanislav Sirot and Heiko Burow are advising on the financing.
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