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Latin America’s ‘first’ hydrogen airport planned in Chile
© VINCI Airports
Latin America’s ‘first’ hydrogen airport planned in Chile
© VINCI Airports

Latin America’s ‘first’ hydrogen airport planned in Chile

The Nuevo Pudahuel, Arturo Merino Benítez Airport in Santiago, Chile plans to incorporate green hydrogen into its operations after its owner, VINCI Airports, signed an agreement with Air Liquide, Copec, and Colún, on Tuesday (June 7).

Under the deal, the partners will seek to replicate the clean hydrogen infrastructure being built at VINCI’s Lyon-Saint Exupéry airport, France, which they say will make it the first of its kind in Latin America.

Read more: Airbus, Air Liquide and VINCI Airport to develop Europe’s first hydrogen airport by 2023

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