Chile signs agreement with Europe’s largest port to export “green” hydrogen

Chile is looking to become a leader in this growing industry, valued for not generating climate-changing emissions.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Port of Rotterdam Authority in the Netherlands and Chile’s Ministry of Energy have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), for the import and export of "green" hydrogen, officials in Santiago announced. "This is excellent news for Chile and the world," said the Minister of Energy and Mining, Juan Carlos Jobet.

Chile, the world's leading copper producer, seeks to become a growing leader in the green hydrogen industry, a sustainable energy source that in recent years has been highly valued as it only releases water vapor in contact with the air, and does not . . .

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