Chile becomes hydrogen ally of Germany


A collaboration agreement for the delivery of green hydrogen was signed by the Chilean Ministry of Energy, the City-State of Hamburg’s Ministry of Economy and Innovation, and the Port Authority of the city.

To implement its green hydrogen plan and decarbonization path, Germany will import a significant portion of this energy. Green hydrogen has been offered as a way to wean the world off the fossil fuels that contribute to climate change.

Chile is a key ally of Germany because of its pioneering work in this field.

Green hydrogen is recognized by both nations as a viable option for decarbonizing energy-intensive industries like shipping and aviation that have proven difficult to rid of their carbon footprint.

Anela Dokso

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