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    Learn more about green hydrogen

    Adelaida is AES Andes' first green hydrogen project in Chile. It will be located in Mejillones, Antofagasta region, and includes the construction and operation of a 1,000 kg/day production plant, equivalent to 2.5 MW of power. It will come into operation in 2024 and will have two H2V charging stations for vehicles that use this type of energy as fuel. We invite everyone who wants to accelerate the future of energy and achieve their sustainability goals to participate in the first Green Hydrogen Open Season in Chile. 



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    2. Rellena el formulario para solicitar la información de cómo participar en el Open Season H2V
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    4. Revisaremos internamente el envío de la información.
    5. Recibirás toda la información que necesitas para poder participar.
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