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French multinational electric utility company ENGIE has announced its plan to invest €1.5 billion ($1.8 billion) to decarbonise its business in Chile.
Chile’s Ministry of Energy and the Port of Rotterdam Authority have signed an MOU to collaborate on green hydrogen.
Chile’s ministry of energy estimates that the country’s south has the potential to output 13% of the world’s green hydrogen production.
IDB Invest is providing $125 million through an innovative financial structure towards the decarbonisation of Chile’s energy matrix.
German automation manufacturer ASA Automation plans to decarbonise its international supply chain with the Energy Web Zero blockchain application.
Chile’s energy ministry is spearheading a programme to encourage taxi owners to switch to electric vehicles (EVs).
The development of Chile’s new Institute of Clean Technologies has been awarded to the US university consortium Associated Universities Inc.
The Zero Emission Bus Rapid-deployment Accelerator (ZEBRA) aims to deploy more than 3,000 new electric buses in Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Mexico.