Chile’s Piñera announces construction of country’s first green hydrogen plant

The project is expected to lead to the world's first green hydrogen plant which, once fully operational next year, will produce climate-neutral synthetic fuel that will reduce more than 100,000 tons of greenhouse gas emissions per year.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - "We must abandon our dependence on carbon-emitting fuels". With these words, President Sebastián Piñera, announced this Sunday (26) the construction of the first green hydrogen plant in the far south of Chile.

The President announced the 24-hour Global Citizen LIVE mega-event. The international broadcast includes dozens of performers, activists, business leaders, philanthropists, and world leaders coming together to defend the planet and defeat poverty in support of Global Citizen's "A Recovery Plan for the World" campaign.

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