Chile’s Energy Transformation: Powered by Wind, Sun and Volcanoes

Torres del Paine in March Chile
Todos los Santos Tronador Volcano Chile
Todos los Santos Tronador Volcano Chile

Chile has South America’s first geothermal energy plant.

With the ability to power roughly 165,000 homes, the new plant is yet another step in Chile’s clean energy transformation. This nation’s rapidly expanding clean energy grid, which includes vast solar fields and wind farms, is one of the most ambitious in a region that is decisively moving beyond fossil fuels.

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Also Santiago’s subway will soon be the first to run on mostly solar and wind power

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And do you know that supervolcanoes could be the key to our battery-powered future?

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Come and visit Chile where geothermal, solar energy and lithium from supervolcanoes are a reality!

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