Research on green H2 envisions Paraguay as the energy heart of South America

The research project "Electrolytic hydrogen production potential from renewable energy sources in Paraguay" was co-financed by the National Council for Science and Technology and executed at the FCQ-UNA, actively supported by the Vice Ministry of Mines and Energy, the Itaipu Technological Park Foundation and the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the State University of Campinas, São Paulo, Brazil.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Researchers from the National University of Asunción (UNA) and other universities and Latin American countries participated in the first investigation on the potential for green hydrogen production (green H2) and its applications in Paraguay. The work points out a tempting path to energize South America from its center with sustainable methods, through renewable energies.

This research work consisted of estimating the production potential of electrolytic H2 from renewable energy sources (hydropower, solar power, and wind power) by region in Paraguay.

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