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Chile pushes on with hydrogen strategy

Country is forging international partnerships to help move the strategy forward, says IHS Markit’s Etienne Gabel

Chile presented its National Green Hydrogen Strategy last November, with the goal of the country becoming a leading green hydrogen power. A key competitive advantage Chile has in the budding green hydrogen game is world-class solar and wind power potential. The Atacama desert in the north of the country has the highest solar radiation in the world, while wind tends to be strong and constant in the extreme south. The three core goals of Chile’s green hydrogen strategy are: to reach 5GW of electrolysis capacity by 2025, produce the world's cheapest green hydrogen by 2030 and make the country one of the top three exporters of the fuel by 2040. “In terms of becoming one of the world



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