Three projects in Chile could double world electrolyser capacity

The Production Development Corporation (Corfo) of Chile  has selected three projects to build an electrolysis capacity of 388MW, a move which is thought to double the current worldwide capacity.

The Government organisation on Thursday (May 26) signed three agreements with GNL Quintera, CAP SA, and Air Liquide, to develop the first industry-scale green hydrogen production plants in Chile.

The three projects, set to launch in December 2025, are part of six projects selected by Corfo in December 2021 and are hoped to bring $1bn in investments and produce 45,000 tonnes of hydrogen a year.

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