- Sep 13, 2021 7:56 am GMT
A landmark development for both Chile and the wider efuels market, Haru Oni will make use of Chile’s renewable energy sources, producing clean and green hydrogen from the country’s vast amount of wind energy.
Making the ground-breaking, Chile’s Energy Minister, Juan Carlos, said, “I would like to greet the workers who will build Haru Oni the first e-gasoline plant in Chile. The Magellan region could produce 13% of the world’s green hydrogen, given its immense wind energy potential.
“It could exceed seven times the generation in the Chilean power grid. Not only does it count on an excellent potential for wind energy as a base to sustain the industry of these fuel, but it also has the potential to turn Magellan into a world class producer and exporter of green hydrogen.
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