- FuelPositive’s CEO recently appeared on The Tactical Leader podcast, where he shared a background into the company, along with a brief history of himself
- He also talked about the company’s values and what it plans to achieve going forward, particularly from an environmental advocacy and action standpoint
- The company also announced the appointment of Dr. Claudia Wagner-Riddle, a professor and researcher at the University of Guelph
- Dr. Wagner-Riddle will play a key role in helping the company qualify its first pilot project partners in 2022
Ian Clifford, the Board Chair, Chief Executive Officer (“CEO”), and Founder of FuelPositive (TSX.V: NHHH) (OTCQB: NHHHF) recently appeared on The Tactical Leader podcast, where he shared snippets of his life story, background on the company, and vision for the enterprise going forward.
The Tactical Leader, hosted by Zack A. Knight, a former SWAT operator, police officer, U.S. Army veteran, and entrepreneur, offers a platform for entrepreneurs to share their triumphs and personal stories.
Most notably, Mr. Clifford highlighted starting as a photography assistant for Ansel Adams at only 17 years old, a significant moment in his life that created an environmental vision and a “way of looking at the world that was very different” (https://ibn.fm/wqOVg).
He also talked about the critical values of the company: accountability, commitment, and kindness, which he noted have been integral in taking the company to where it is today in under a year, primarily since it is only comprised of 12 people but with huge aspirations.
“We’re now 12 people. We’re a tiny company in terms of the number of people, but our aspirations are huge. We’ve built this phenomenal team of people as a result of that (commitment to values). We’re very forward with our mission and our values….we’re really serious about that,” he noted.
Since its inception in January 2021, FuelPositive has been vocal about environmental conservation. Its flagship green ammonia technology is geared towards solving vital ecological concerns, mainly with CO2 emissions associated with the traditional manufacturing and distribution of ammonia. In the podcast, Mr. Clifford reckoned that environmental preservation and conservation remain at the core of FuelPositive’s operation.
“We’re tiny, but have huge influence. 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…We’re passionate about that,” he added.
This commitment to conserving the environment and having as little impact on it as possible, especially in the agricultural sector, has seen FuelPositive appoint Dr. Claudia Wagner-Riddle as its charter agriculture sector advisor.
Dr. Wagner-Riddle, a professor and researcher at the University of Guelph, shares the same passion as FuelPositive to reduce the planet’s carbon footprint. She lends her years of experience as a professor and as a researcher, particularly from an internationally-renowned research program that utilizes the measurement of greenhouse gas emissions to determine the carbon footprint of food, fuel, and feed produced by agriculture.
“I am pleased to be working with FuelPositive- a young Canadian company whose technologies and products have the potential of making a significant impact on the reduction of greenhouse gases. We share the same passion to reduce our carbon footprint and I’m thrilled that my experience has direct relevance to inform the FuelPositive team members as they build and begin to market their green ammonia production systems,” she noted (https://ibn.fm/M11aH).
Dr. Wagner-Riddle’s appointment comes just in time as the company is building its first full-sized green ammonia production units to launch several “real world” demonstration pilot projects throughout 2022. She will play an integral role in helping the company qualify its first pilot project partners.
“It is our belief that the best way to deliver excellence is to invite excellent people to join our team. We are delighted to have Dr. Wagner-Riddle advising us, as we build our green ammonia production systems, to help farmers reduce their carbon footprint and take control of their fertilizer and fuel supply,” noted Mr. Clifford.
“Her knowledge of the impact of farming on the environment and the impact that climate change has on farming is already ensuring we are making the right decisions to provide the maximum benefit to farmers,” he added.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.FuelPositive.com.
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