Paving the way for competitive green hydrogen hubs in Chile

Chile’s economy decarbonization process is underway. The country has no hydrocarbon reserves and has limited hydro resources. It has historically relied on imported oil, natural gas, and coal to meet its energy needs. However, its Atacama Desert has the best solar radiation in the world while the extreme south has the strongest wind onshore. As a result, Chile already generates more than 20% of its electricity using solar and wind power. In this context pursuing the production of green hydrogen using renewable electricity resources has been embraced by the government and in 2020 issued “The National Green Hydrogen Strategy of […]

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