Idaho Power Company has set a goal to reach 100% clean energy by 2045. Today, roughly 70% of Idaho’s electricity comes from hydropower and other renewable energy. The balance of the energy is supplied about equally by coal and natural gas. Idaho Power Company is on a path to phase out coal-fired power by the end of 2028. Unfortunately, Idaho Power is reliant on carbon producing natural gas plants to integrate intermittent resources such as Wind and Solar. This approach is preventing Idaho Power from reaching its goal in the near term. Cat Creek Energy & Water is an alternative to these natural gas facilities because it is designed to integrate variable renewable energy into the power grid in an environmentally friendly, carbon-free manner. CCEW is the innovative technology Idaho Power is looking for to quickly reach its 100% clean energy goal.