The road to net zero is not as straight forward as one would wish, as each country in Latin America has unique resources, complex regulatory structures, and cultural idiosyncrasies. Despite lofty goals and large investments, green and blue hydrogen are not feasible solutions for generating electricity in Chile or Brazil, much less in any other neighboring country. Electric vehicles sales are well below 1% in the region, slowing the deployment of charging infrastructure. And low carbon fuels, such as renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel, will see negligible adoption in Latin America. AMI’s latest report focuses on unique opportunities and risks in each of the region’s six main energy markets, looking at the defining trends and projects that will set the tone for the upcoming decades.
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