How does the size of this unit/unit(s) compare to existing Idaho generating facilities?

Examples of other carbon-free power sources in Idaho include an estimated 1.8 MW of roof-top solar PV, 40 MW of utility-scale solar PV from ID Solar 1, the Raft River Geothermal Project that generates 13 MW, four hydro electric generators operated by Idaho Falls Power that generate about 47 MW, and four wind farms east of Idaho Falls that have a combined capacity of about 360 MW and occupy about 85,000 acres. In comparison, two fossil fuel generating plants owned and operated by UAMPS in Utah generate 140 MW with natural gas and 446 MW with coal. Only geothermal, hydro, fossil fuel and nuclear generators can provide reliable baseload power 24 hours per day, 365 days per year.