We are committed to cleaner energy.

The Swan Lake Energy Storage Project is a 400 MW closed-loop energy storage project in Klamath County, Oregon. The project will be a critical component of the Pacific Northwest’s decarbonized electrical infrastructure while also producing thousands of well-paying jobs and substantial economic benefits to Southern Oregon.

Closed Loop Pumped Storage represents a safe, reliable, and environmentally sound way to support the successfully integration of large amounts of new wind and solar power projects in the Pacific Northwest. Simply stated the renewable energy the Swan Lake Energy Storage Project stores will provide carbon free fuel for the daily lives of Oregonians.


What does Pumped Storage mean for Oregon and the Region?

A safe, reliable and environmentally sound way to store and integrate carbon free sources of electricity.

Significant well-paying job creation as well as direct and indirect job growth fueled by private capital investment.

Substantial economic benefit to Southern Oregon including a new tax base in Klamath County.

Significant enhancement in the security of the electrical grid.

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Benefits

The successful integration of large amounts of wind and solar depend on the ability to store large amounts of renewable energy on a daily basis so that it can be dispatched when and where it’s needed.

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Safety

Our number one priority is the safe construction and operation of the Swan Lake Energy Storage Project.

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Working with Landowners

We will continue to make ourselves available to you directly or through local contractors to answer your questions and address your concerns as the project moves into the next phase of development.

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A safe, reliable and environmentally sound way to store and integrate carbon free sources of electricity. Supporting Oregon’s efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and decarbonize our electrical grid.