The European Union (EU) continues to strengthen its global energy partnerships, taking a significant step in its collaboration with Chile to develop renewable hydrogen. Under the guidance of the EU’s Commissioner for Climate Action, Wopke Hoekstra, the Steering Committee of Team Europe Initiative for the Development of Renewable Hydrogen in Chile convened, marking the first meeting between European ministers, ambassadors, and their Chilean counterparts to discuss progress in the hydrogen sector.
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Colbún SA, a prominent Chilean energy company, has announced its ambitious green hydrogen production project (H2V). This endeavor aims to revolutionize the cooling systems of its Nehuenco thermoelectric plant, located in the Valparaíso Region, by replacing conventional gray hydrogen with clean, green hydrogen.
Hamburg-based Eternal Power is setting its sights on producing hydrogen in Chile for export to Germany and the broader European market. This audacious venture aligns with Chile’s ambitious goal of becoming a major exporter of green hydrogen, with the country’s Energy Ministry targeting a production cost of around $1.5 per kilogram.
In a bid to harness the potential of green hydrogen and emerging technologies, Algeria and Chile have embarked on a groundbreaking scientific collaboration.
Nestled in the sun-soaked embrace of northern Chile, a new energy horizon is dawning, one fueled by the promise of green hydrogen. As the world seeks sustainable energy solutions, Hamburg-based hydrogen producer Eternal Power is teaming up with local partners to explore the vast potential of Chile’s desert regions.
The executive board of the World Bank (WB) has given the green signal to a substantial $150 million loan to spur investment in green hydrogen projects in Chile.
As the world moves towards a more sustainable and cleaner energy future, green hydrogen has emerged as a promising solution to decarbonize various industries and power grids. In Chile, the prospect of creating a green hydrogen valley holds immense potential for both the environment and local communities.
The World Bank has granted a significant loan of US$150 million to support green hydrogen projects in Chile, marking the institution’s first financial aid for promoting green hydrogen and contributing to global climate change mitigation efforts.
The European Union (EU) and Chile are set to sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) aimed at developing value-added lithium projects in Chile.