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Analysis: Why Chile will be a power in the generation and export of green hydrogen

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Chile could produce green hydrogen at a very low price, being highly competitive worldwide, and able to have an installed capacity of 25 Giga Watt by 2030, according to McKinsey & Company, a global consultancy in strategic management, based in New York.

The Ministry of Energy projects an industry with 9 billion dollars on that same date, supported by the National Green Hydrogen Strategy, which aims to position Chile as one of the three most essential exporters globally by 2040. The key is to lower the cost of production to less than two dollars per kilo . . .

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