Tent Mountain Renewable Energy Complex (TM-REX)

Tent Mountain Renewable Energy Complex (TM-REX)

Tent Mountain Renewable Energy Complex (TM-REX)

The Tent Mountain Renewable Energy Complex (TM-REX) is located in the Crowsnest Pass of southwest Alberta, Canada. The planned development for the TM-REX includes three primary elements:

320 MW / 2,560 MWh Pumped Hydro Energy Storage (PHES)
100MW Green Hydrogen Electrolyser
100MW Offsite Wind Farm

The TM-REX leverages Montem’s existing assets at Tent Mountain, which include a large water reservoir on land owned by Montem, left behind from historical mining operations, and easy access to infrastructure, including rail, high voltage power lines, gas pipelines, and the interprovincial Highway 3.

Montem has completed Pre-Feasibility Studies for the PHES and Green Hydrogen Electrolyser elements of the TM-REX, confirming the TM-REX as an outstanding renewable energy project with compelling economics.

The Tent Mountain Renewable Energy Complex is an important opportunity for Alberta, potentially representing approximately one billion dollars of capital investment in the province.

The TM-REX will displace up to 590,000 tonnes* of CO2 per year over an 80+ year project life.

*Assumes PHES cycles once per day and is charged with renewable energy.

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