Geothermal energy is heat gained from deep within the earth. Water and/or steam carries this thermal energy to the Earth's surface. Tosidoh is working with several national research laboratories to harness this geothermal energy and generate clean electricity at the Tohatchi Energy Center.
Throughout the world, almost all operating food, energy and water facilities are stand-alone technologies that deliver consumables necessary for a good quality of life. By converging, or the hybridization of developed technologies into underdeveloped areas like the Navajo Nation, Tosidoh will create the invaluable opportunities to reduce the health, social, and economic disparities via the hybridization of food, water, and energy by researching and investigating the waters of Tohatchi.
Tosidoh was created after a promising DOE-LANL geothermal resource analysis of the Tohatchi Hot Springs, in Tohatchi, New Mexico. Tosidoh and LANL studied and assessed the flowing water well drilled in 1954 by an oil exploration company looking for oil & gas. What's was found was a mixture of meteoric and exotic waters where LANL used machine learning techniques to characterize the water source. The study further determined an "underground lake" about 37 square miles under the hot springs. LANL further concluded the geothermal water source has the potential to support a greenhouse-base production business, agricultural - tree nursery, domestic space heating, commercial spa, and hydrogen production. Tosidoh and LANL continue to further research and developed cutting-edge applications from the hot springs.
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