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Knowledge might be power, but it is much more powerful when it is shared. As visionaries of the future and leaders in the sustainable energy, transportation, and hydrogen sectors, we want to empower companies, industries, and governments to make better and faster decisions to contribute to the energy transition and achieve global climate goals.

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Hydrogen for the ‘low hanging fruits’ of South America: Decarbonising hard-to-abate sectors in Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, and Chile

Hinicio|The Oxford Institute for Energy Studies

This paper focuses on Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, and Chile – the four largest economies of the continent with ambitious plans to develop national hydrogen sectors – and analyzes the opportunities and challenges posed by clean, domestically sourced hydrogen for the decarbonization of their ‘low hanging fruits’. It then compares and contrasts the key findings and finally concludes by applying the main points to similar industries worldwide.

Hinicio | The Oxford Institute for Energy Studies


Guide for the Implementation of a Hydrogen Certification System in Latin America and the Caribbean

Hinicio|IDB

This report presents a framework for a voluntary hydrogen certification system in Latin America and the Caribbean, focusing on clean and low-carbon hydrogen. It advocates for regional collaboration to avoid redundant efforts and harmonize standards, emphasizing environmental and social sustainability. The proposed system includes two certification categories tailored to local and European Union market requirements. Key aspects include diverse energy source incorporation, a Chain of Custody system for traceability, and a governance structure combining regional and national elements. The action plan outlines steps for system implementation, governance establishment, and funding strategies.

Hinicio | IDB


Prospectiva Energética: Hidrógeno Verde en Puebla​

Hinicio|GIZ

El mercado actual de hidrógeno en Puebla es de 43 mil toneladas de hidrógeno al año.  El hidrógeno verde podría alcanzar la competitividad económica con el hidrógeno gris para uso como materia prima a mitades de la década del 2030, lo cual podría detonar su adopción en industrias como la producción de metanol, amoniaco, acero, cemento, vidrio flotado, entre otros. En el sector de transporte terrestre de carga, la paridad podría darse incluso durante la presente década debido a su temprana viabilidad económica.

Hinicio | GIZ