8GW green hydrogen project to situate Chile at the forefront of the international hydrogen economy

With the significant potential South America holds in producing hydrogen from renewable energy, Total Eren has started development of an 8GW green hydrogen megaproject in Chile.

Revealed on Thursday (Dec 2), the large-scale green hydrogen project dubbed H2 Magallanes will utilise 10GW of wind installed capacity coupled with 8GW of electrolysis, a desalination plant, an ammonia plant, and port facilities.

This will allow for green hydrogen and green ammonia to both be transported to global markets strengthening Chile’s position as a global exportation hub for green hydrogen.

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