Geothermal energy could be key for Chile’s national plan to reduce greenhouse gases

The Chilean government has already granted concessions for new geothermal energy projects on more than 43,000 hectares. This indicates the country’s massive potential for this source of energy. Chile has the potential to add 3,800 MW of geothermal energy that can be used for heating, electricity, or even agriculture, but for now it’s still largely unexploited. Geothermal energy could become far more widespread in the coming years, as outlined in Chile’s national plan to reduce greenhouse gases.

Source: Díalogo Chile