ProChile will participate in the first exhibition and congress of green hydrogen in Chile with the most important fair in Europe Hyvolution, where a number of companies and brands will be present at the Metropolitan Santiago convention center on June 28, 29 and 30. Hyvolution Chile will be the commercial meeting point for 4,000 executives and decision makers from participating companies, exhibitors and visitors, who in 3 days of activity will be able to participate in the exhibition areas, international congress and commercial networking areas. ProChile will provide an institutional stand that will host the Ministries of Energy and Transport and Telecommunications, as well as InvestChile, showing the importance of collaborative work for the development of the H2V industry and the promotion of its future export. Chile’s stand will inform visitors about the energy potential offered by the country and the main initiatives being developed. The Hyvolution fair covers a broad value chain in the areas of production, distribution, storage, services and all solutions for the carbon-free energy market. ProChile has already been present at the last two versions of the fair in France, so participating in this event, which is being held in Chile for the first time, is relevant to continue strengthening strategic alliances with key players in the sector. “International collaboration, public-private work and technological maturation are key elements to position Chile globally; we must continue with great conviction in this task to invite the world to move forward together in this energy transition in which we want to contribute for the benefit of the entire planet. Events such as Hyvolution allow us to learn about these advances, share experiences and present the opportunities that Chile offers the world in this area,” said the Director General of ProChile, Ignacio Fernandez. ProChile’s participation occurs within the framework of the strategy of dissemination of the opportunities that the development of the H2V industry represents for Chile and the permanent articulating work that the institution carries out, through its network of regional and commercial offices, to connect the parts of the global green hydrogen chain.