Climate Change and the role of geothermal for Chile

In an interview with Diego Morata, director of the Geothermal Center of Excellence for the Andes, by ThinkGeoEnergy, he points out the key role that geothermal energy could play in the future context of hydroelectric generation and climate change in Chile. “We have finally seen it rain in south central Chile and, in fact, we had been waiting for the long-awaited rain for several days. And when the clouds dissipate, we will be able to enjoy the greatness of our mountain range, with a good blanket of snow and radiant white that we like to admire so much,” Morata. said.