Singapore and Chile set in motion plans for international hydrogen supply chain

March 15, 2021
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The two countries signed an agreement to cooperate on the development of low-carbon hydrogen, including policymaking as it relates to hydrogen. While this is a mere agreement, its importance should not be downplayed. Chile is set to become a major exporter of low-carbon hydrogen due to its vast potential for solar energy, and while it will take years for this supply chain to develop, building up these partnerships at an early stage is important for countries like Singapore that seek to transition away from fossil fuels and yet cannot produce their own renewable energy. 


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