CIP joins AustriaEnergy, Oekowind on HNH project in Chile

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners revealed it is partnering with AustriaEnergy and Oekowind on the HNH Project, the green hydrogen project under development in Chile.

The HNH Project is a large-scale, export oriented green hydrogen and green ammonia project with an expected investment size of over US$3 B. Once operational, the HNH Project will consist of a 1.7 GW onshore wind farm, electrolyzers, ammonia plant and port facility, and is expected to produce 1 MM metric t of green ammonia per year – resulting in a substantial contribution to Chile’s ambition to be a global lead in green hydrogen/ammonia production.

"CIP is pleased to be entering this joint venture with AustriaEnergy and Oekowind to develop the landmark HNH Project, the first project for CIP in Chile," said Søren Toftgaard, partner at CIP. "We believe that Chile has the potential to be a key global player in the production and export of green hydrogen and green ammonia, with the Magallanes region representing an excellent onshore wind resource. Through the HNH Project and the partnership with AustriaEnergy and Oekowind, we look forward to producing green ammonia in Chile to support the global energy transition."