Green hydrogen and low-cost ammonia production being explored in Chile

Chile’s ambition to produce the most cost-efficient green hydrogen globally by 2030 is one step closer.

News of a brand-new partnership that will explore green hydrogen and low-cost ammonia production today (19th Feb) came out of the South American country to accelerate its green energy transition.

Formed of Aker Clean Hydrogen and Mainstream Renewable Power, the collaboration hopes to develop a complete and commercially viable green value chain for the country, using renewable power from Mainstream’s portfolio of wind and solar parks.

According to the project partners, green ammonia produced from the project will be utilised by several end-users locally in South America, and also exported to other markets.

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