Argentina has diverse energy resources, but is still heavily dependent on fossil fuels for its total energy supply and power generation. Natural gas accounts for more than 50% of the country's total energy supply and more than 80% of the electricity generation. This also applies to its industrial sector, which relies on fossil fuels to supply more than 60% of the energy used. But the country also has huge renewable energy potential and the industrial sector can make a significant contribution to harnessing it, particularly through the production of renewable hydrogen and Powert-to-X (PtX) products for domestic use and export. Renewable hydrogen production can help boost Argentina's renewable energy sector while contributing to the decarbonisation of Argentinian industry. At the same time, low-carbon industrial growth has the potential to generate important socio-economic benefits for the country and contribute to global climate efforts through the export of green value-added products. Agora Industry works with local partner to inform the debate on building a renewable hydrogen economy in Argentina by providing analyses and facilitating stakeholder dialogue.