Chile tipped to be ‘most promising’ hydrogen export market by 2030

Chile is emerging as the most promising hydrogen export market by 2030, according to a new Hydrogen Export Markets report.

Chile aims to have 5GW of electrolysis capacity operating and under development by 2025 and by the end of the decade, its green hydrogen production capacity should have reached 25GW.

As of February 2023, Chile was actively carrying out 41 projects focused on green hydrogen with HIF Global’s Haru Oni demonstration plant in the south of the country already in operation.

The pilot, featuring a single 3.4-MW Siemens Gamesa wind turbine and a 1.2-MW Siemens Energy electrolyser, produced the first litres of synthetic gasoline at the end of 2022, marking the beginning of fuel production using renewable energy, green hydrogen and recycled carbon dioxide. German sports car maker Porsche is the offtaker.

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