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H2Q and Wildfire enter into partnership

Updated: May 27, 2023

Wildfire Energy is pleased to announce that it has entered into a 12-month partnership with Hydrogen Queensland, H2Q.

H2Q is an industry-led, not for profit organisation committed to securing the economic, environmental and social opportunities hydrogen offers Queensland and Australia. H2Q provides a collaborative and safe environment to share ideas and grow industry participants capacity to solve emerging industry issues. H2Q is the connecting glue that provides Hydrogen industry participants the chance to engage in innovative collaboration. In this way, H2Q demonstrates how a cohesive approach to development can net faster and better outcomes to position Queensland (and Australian) Clean Hydrogen as serious global contributor to industry decarbonisation.

Under the partnership, the Wildfire and H2Q will work together to promote hydrogen use and development across industry, government and throughout the community. Wildfire will participate as a technical tour host and exhibitor at the upcoming Hydrogen Connect Summit, scheduled for 6-7 September 2023.

"We are very excited to enter into this partnership with H2Q and are thrilled to support Heidi and the team to further build awareness of the hydrogen industry in Queensland. It comes at a great time for Wildfire, as we start commissioning of our MIHG waste to hydrogen pilot plant, with plans to produce hydrogen from biomass and waste in the second half of 2023." said Greg Perkins, co-founder and CEO of Wildfire Energy.

Heidi Breen, CEO of H2Q, Greg Perkins, CEO of Wildfire Energy and Renata Berglas, Chair of Hydrogen Queensland at the 2022 Hydrogen Connect Summit.

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