In the wide expanses of Llano Estacado, in the Southwestern US, Del Llano Resources Group is working on its renewable solar CHP distributed generation model.
As an energy transition accelerator, Del Llano has begun pairing its distributed generation model using hydrogen energy density with hydrocarbons.
A rural location and lack of resources have directed the company’s recent developments. Generating renewable, low-cost electricity, and heat for the pumping and treating of alternative water resources are just some of the company’s key goals.
H2 View spoke to Craig Collier, Project Director and Coordinator of Del Llano Solar Thermal to find out how the start-up is achieving those goals and hopes to develop in the future.
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