As part of the official German delegation led by Franziska Brantner, Undersecretary of the German Federal Ministry of Economy and Climate Protection, she will speak about the vast potential of the Fraunhofer network in Germany, through Fraunhofer Chile- for the development of technologies throughout the Green Hydrogen value chain.
Santiago de Chile.- As part of the German Pavilion and under the slogan “Made in Germany”, a delegation from Fraunhofer Chile led by its General Manager Dr. Frank Dinter, will participate in this new version of Exponor 2022, an international event organized by the Antofagasta Industrial Association (AIA ) and in which more than 700 exhibitors from all over the world will present themselves.
In this context, the delegation will be part of different talks and discussion panels, including the Green Hydrogen program organized by Quintil Valley and the CORFO Antofagasta Committee, in which Marco Vaccarezza, Business Development Leader of Fraunhofer Chile, will address important among them the challenges presented by the generation of H2V in Chile and Latin America, among others. The conference will take place in the Chuquicamata Room on Tuesday, June 14 and Wednesday, June 15.
On the other hand, and to socialize the work being carried out by the Antofagasta H2VA Green Hydrogen Hub – an initiative led by CICITEM, in which Fraunhofer Chile and the Innovation Club are Co-executors -, the Project Coordinator and Business Development Specialist Thomas Lindsey will offer a talk on “Green Hydrogen, a perspective towards the development of Suppliers and Human Capital” at an event organized by CEIM.
As part of the official German delegation led by Franziska Brantner, Undersecretary of the Federal Ministry of Economy and Climate Protection of Germany, the Director of the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Technologies (Fraunhofer ISE), Prof. Dr. Hans, will be present at this Exponor -Martin Henning, who will speak about the wide potential of the Fraunhofer network in Germany and also in our country – through Fraunhofer Chile- for the development of technologies throughout the Green Hydrogen value chain.
It should be noted that the Fraunhofer Chile Solar Energy Technology Center develops projects and services in photovoltaic systems, solar thermal systems, storage and transversal technologies, such as water treatment, electromobility and green hydrogen (H2V). Among its mining services, it offers interesting initiatives such as the RoadMap for the decarbonization of industrial processes, Integration of Solar Thermal Systems and Photovoltaic Systems in industrial processes, Integration of the Green Hydrogen value chain and applied R&D capabilities.