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Green Hydrogen is an energy vector that allows storing and transporting energy from the production site to different points of consumption. It is called green hydrogen because it is produced with renewable sources such as wind or solar power. 


It is produced through a chemical process called electrolysis, which allows water molecules to be separated into hydrogen and oxygen. We need water and energy from renewable sources to produce Green Hydrogen.


It can mainly be used to produce ammonia, methanol and other synthetic fuels. There are also direct applications such as the use of fuel in fuel cells for buses or industrial trucks, in addition to blending, which consists in injecting a smaller proportion of hydrogen into natural gas grids.


Its main derivatives are ammonia and synthetic fuels.


Green Ammonia has several applications, the main one being the production of fertilizers for agriculture and the manufacture of explosives for mining. However, there are many other uses such as power generation, cleaning products, cosmetics and the pharmaceutical industry, among others. 


The production of Green Hydrogen and its derivatives has a significant contribution in the transition towards the substitution of fossil fuels for energy sources free of carbon emissions. Reducing carbon emissions during the different industrial processes is key to fight climate change. 


Chile has unparalleled conditions for solar and/or wind power production throughout its territory, which is fundamental to produce Green Hydrogen and its derivatives. Regarding Magallanes in particular, it has unique wind conditions in the world, which represents a tremendous opportunity for the development of this industry.



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