Plans have been unveiled for a brand-new electrolysis plant that is set to produce approximately 500 tonnes of green hydrogen annually in Quintero Bay, Chile.
Enagás, ACCIONA Energía and GNL Quintero have joined forces on the $30m development that will offer hydrogen as an alternative energy source as Chile strives to cut emissions.
To be located at the GNL Quintero regasification terminal, the plant will have a normal power of 10MW which will be gradually increasing depending on demand for green hydrogen in the area.
Commenting on the development, José Antonio de las Heras, Country Manager of Enagás im Chile, said, “This project represents another step forward in our commitment to renewable gases (green hydrogen and biomethane) as an energy vector for the future and allows us to showcase our experience as an infrastructure company.
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