In order to work together on the establishment of a green hydrogen and ammonia production company in Chile, Sumitomo Corporation and Colbun, a major Chilean power generating and energy solutions provider, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding.
In March 2023, the largest green hydrogen-based synthetic gasoline facility in Latin America will begin commercial production in Chilean Patagonia, with future ambitions to export this clean fuel produced in Chile.
According to figures gathered by the National Electric Coordinator and the National Energy Commission, between August 2021 and September 2022, only wind and solar produced more energy than coal, setting a historic milestone for Chile (CNE).
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Ministers, local and foreign dignitaries, and representatives from the private sector attended the opening of the e-fuels plant Haru Oni in Chile’s far south Magallanes region.
Chile set itself the objective of becoming one of the world’s top producers of green hydrogen a couple of years ago. However, a number of challenges have developed along the road.
The first train to run solely on green hydrogen will be introduced in Chile by the railroad business Ferrocarril de Antofagasta a Bolivia (FCAB).
Chile has had a National Green Hydrogen Strategy since 2020, with long-term ramifications for the country and the world.
The potential for Chile to produce hydrogen is “undisputed” throughout the world, according to Erik van der Heijden, business manager at the Port of Rotterdam.
Chile’s national green hydrogen policy seeks to create the cheapest hydrogen on the globe by 2030.