A 100% carbon neutral power system is realistically achievable for Chile by 2050, or even sooner, according to a Wartsila white paper. Chile has set some of the most ambitious decarbonization targets in the world. This analysis presents a realistic decarbonization path for Chile which reaches the country´s carbon reduction targets, serves the load without black-outs, and provides lowest cost for the rate payers. The study presents the stages, timeline, and important capacity mix-related decisions necessary for efficient decarbonization.
How Chile can achieve a 100% carbon neutral power system by 2050
Be prepared for sustainable fuels with Wärtsilä flexible power plants
In order to meet decarbonisation goals and limit the impacts of climate change, national power systems need to reach 100% renewable power generation in future. Renewables like solar and wind will be needed in vast amounts. To balance the intermittent nature of these renewable power sources, engine power plants and energy storage are ideal. Read more →
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New Regulatory Frameworks for Grid Flexibility
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