Anglo American marked a key milestone for the development of Green Hydrogen in Chile with the start-up of the country's first Hydrogen plant for zero-carbon vehicles. This project is part of the company's Sustainable Mining Plan, which has among its objectives to achieve carbon neutrality in its operations in Chile by 2030. The hydrogeneration plant inaugurated in Las Tórtolas is part of a robust plan for the innovation and development of new technologies that Anglo American is promoting in Chile, in order to achieve cleaner mining, which reduces its environmental footprint, and which is also considered by the Integrated Center of Remote Operation of Los Bronces, the first largest fleet of intercity electric buses in South America, the creation of a digital twin of Los Bronces, and the first photovoltaic plant on a tailings deposit in the world, among others.This hydropower plant has generated the first green hydrogen molecule (H 2 V) to be used in zero carbon vehicles in the country. Through an electrolyzer with a production capacity of 2 kg of H 2 per day, gaseous hydrogen is dispensed to a forklift that is driven by clean energy generated by a fuel cell, in addition this pilot project incorporates a fuel cell stationary, which reinjects energy into the operation's electrical grid.H2 is generated from reused water from the same mining process, demineralizing it. This discharge is the feeding of the electrolyzer, where the electrolysis of the water is carried out, delivering hydrogen as the main product and oxygen as a by-product, which is returned to the atmosphere. It is important to highlight that the electrical energy necessary for the operation of the Hydrogenerator comes from two solar plants built inside Las Tórtolas, one of them installed on a tailings deposit and that generates 86 kW; and another that generates 100 kW and uses bifacial technology.Anglo American is developing the world's first Green Hydrogen powered mining truck in South Africa, with a view to bringing this technology into operation within two years. This pilot will be implemented in the Mogalakwena operation. Thus, Anglo American becomes a global leader in the development of this technology.