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Chile advances latest hydrogen export project

Grid-connected facility will export green hydrogen to third parties

A proposed 10MW hydrogen project at Chile’s Quintero LNG import terminal will produce 500t/yr of green hydrogen from 2025. The $30mn development—the result of a collaboration between infrastructure firms Enagas and Acciona and terminal operator GNL Quintero—will be connected to the national grid and export green hydrogen to third parties. Renewable energy will be supplied by Acciona, which already operates a number of renewable power assets in Chile. 500t/yr – Proposed production of the project “We have the necessary strengths to turn this project into the launch pad for green hydrogen production in Chile,” says Jose Ignacio Escobar, general manager of Acciona’s South America



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