Chile, one of the countries with the biggest potential to generate renewable energy, agreed together with Australia, the United Kingdom and the European Union to join forces to make green hydrogen, an alternative to polluting fossil fuels, affordable and competitive.
This association between countries with enormous productive potential and others with great energy demand was established during the international forum CEM12/MI6 that is held virtually this week in Santiago.
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