“As climate change continues to threaten economies around the globe, it has become evident that governments must rapidly develop concrete plans for restructuring their economic systems to achieve net-zero emissions. One of the most promising conduits of clean energy in the renewable energy sphere is green hydrogen. Hydrogen is also the most plentiful element on Earth, meaning that it has a comparative advantage over every other energy source in terms of its availability. Among the world’s regions, Latin America is uniquely positioned to become a prime green hydrogen producer given its abundant renewable energy resources. Catapulting Latin America to be a world leader in green hydrogen production will require investment, national and international support, appropriate policies and regulations, human capital development, and a coordinated effort to simultaneously boost hydrogen supply and demand.” – Ryan C. Berg and Juliana Rubio

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