RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In the region, Chile and Uruguay have initiated an exploratory path to take their first steps, considering their natural advantages (abundance of renewable energy sources) with prospects that look encouraging.
Last week a webinar entitled "Challenges and opportunities of green hydrogen in Chile and Uruguay" was organized by Carey and Guyer & Regules. The event was attended by Uruguayan Minister of Industry, Energy and Mining Omar Paganini and his Chilean counterpart Juan Carlos Jobet.
Green hydrogen is produced by the electrolysis of water powered by renewable sources. This option - which is an energy vector and not . . .