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FuelPositive Corp. (TSX.V: NHHH) (OTCQB: NHHHF) Primary Mission and Values

  • FuelPositive’s green ammonia addresses multiple environmental concerns
  • The company evaluates the impact of every aspect of its technology, not just the outcome of a carbon-free product, with its operations guided by accountability and commitment. 
  • FuelPositive is confident that its technology will make a major environmental impact on a global scale

Within the past few decades, environmental preservation has proven to be one of the critical challenges in international relations. The action plans and rich body of treaties have a long way to go in reversing the global environmental decline. Today every major ecological indicator shows that things are worse than they were at the time of the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (“UNCED” or the “Earth Summit”) (https://ibn.fm/aEuxi).

One company, FuelPositive (TSX.V: NHHH) (OTCQB: NHHHF), is convinced that it has a clear way of making a major environmental impact. It sees its unique technology as the best path of providing commercially viable and sustainable clean energy solutions across a broad spectrum of industries and applications.

When speaking at The Tactical Leader podcast, hosted by Zack A. Knight, Ian Clifford, the Board Chair and Chief Executive Officer, offered some insights into the company, along with snippets of his life story. Most notably, he noted how the company is very forward with its mission and earnest about its values.

“There’s something about preservation and the importance of taking care of the planet that was a very early influence for me. This is why we look seriously at the impact of every step of our technology, not just the outcome of the product being carbon-free or non-polluting,” noted Mr. Clifford (https://ibn.fm/KHSaU).

Traditional (grey) ammonia manufacturing is one of the key contributors to CO2 emissions. It is estimated that 200 million metric tons of grey ammonia are consumed every year, with over 80% used in the agricultural sector. Unfortunately, this high demand for the product comes at the cost of increased CO2 emissions into the atmosphere.

With FuelPositive’s flagship green ammonia technology, the company now offers an innovative solution that directly remedies these environmental concerns. Through its technology, FuelPositive can produce green ammonia in an entirely sustainable manner using water, air, and sustainable electricity, eliminating its carbon footprint and offering a viable solution for environmental preservation.

Ammonia Is The Perfect Carrier Of Hydrogen

Its proprietary system stores hydrogen in the form of green ammonia, allowing the hydrogen to be efficiently used for:

  • Energy Storage
  • Long-Distance Transportation Of Energy
  • Fuel For Internal Combustion Engine Vehicles
  • Other Applications

An end user can convert the green ammonia back to its hydrogen element to be used to produce electricity in a hydrogen fuel cell. In addition, carbon-free green ammonia can be used on its own as a fuel, without converting it back to hydrogen. Planes, trains, ships, trucks, and other vehicles, can be converted to run on ammonia, just as easily as they can be converted from gasoline and diesel to run on propane.

Mr. Clifford acknowledges that FuelPositive is currently small, but emphasizes that its aspirations and potential are enormous, evidenced by plans to launch its pilot green ammonia production system by the middle of 2022.

“We’ve built this phenomenal team of people as a result of that [commitment to the values of kindness, accountability, inclusion, innovation, resourcefulness and honesty]. We’re very forward with our mission and our values….We’re really serious about that,” noted Mr. Clifford.

FuelPositive is confident that its technology and green ammonia offering will make an environmental impact on a global scale. This shows a company that is not afraid of taking risks, pushes the envelope with innovation, and is bold with its mission and values.

“Every company, every person needs to really think seriously about that [the impact of their operations on the environment], and understand that we all have a profound impact, and it doesn’t take a lot of adjustment, necessarily to change that impact…We’re passionate about that,” noted Mr. Clifford.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.FuelPositive.com.

NOTE TO INVESTORS: The latest news and updates relating to NHHHF are available in the company’s newsroom at https://ibn.fm/NHHHF

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