Imagine a system that captures Idaho’s most precious resource, water, integrates it with wind and sunlight to deliver inexhaustible renewable energy that performs at the flick of a switch, constantly on-call. This largest most versatile, important battery in the West at the same time augments additional water storage necessary for municipalities, agriculture, flood control, and to sustain healthy ecosystems in the burgeoning Boise River Basin.
Which Benefit Everyone.
View the CCEW Project from space and you see that this Idaho location is at the beating heart of one of the world’s largest machines.
The electrical transmission grid of the western United States. Because Cat Creek Energy & Water is at the geographic center of over 6,000 MW of transmission capacity, one can describe it as a much needed pacemaker for this increasingly stressed machine.