Chile’s first green hydrogen stations opened by Anglo American
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Chile’s first green hydrogen stations opened by Anglo American

Chile’s mining industry took the next step forward in sustainability this week with the inauguration of the first green hydrogen station that will refuel trucks and forklifts.

Opened by the country’s President Sebastián Piñera, the station is located at Anglo American’s Las Tórtolas flotation plant in the Santiago Metropolitan Region.

At the inauguration, Piñera reaffirmed Chile’s plans to develop a hydrogen industry that exports more than $30bn a year – a level that would be close to the country’s current copper exports.

“Chile has a gigantic potential to become a leading country in the world in the production of Green Hydrogen,” the President said.

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