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Wildfire Energy joins Petronas FutureTech 3.0

Updated: Jun 21, 2023

Wildfire Energy is pleased to announce that it has been accepted into the Petronas FutureTech 3.0 technology accelerator program which kicked-off this week.

Wildfire Energy is one of the 20 startups that were selected from a competitive pool of over 500 applicants representing Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, India and Australia. FutureTech 3.0’s 16-week hybrid programme commenced this week with an industry immersion week in Kuala Lumpur and Singapore and consists of experiential learning and physical site visits. The startups will also be given an opportunity to showcase their solutions and offerings to an international audience at Energy Asia 2023 from 26 to 28 June in Kuala Lumpur.

Arni Laily Anwarrudin, Head of PETRONAS Ventures said:

At PETRONAS, we are dedicated to support the growth of startup founders and fostering collaboration and innovation between multi-industry corporations and startup technology companies. We welcome the new FutureTech 3.0 cohort, which represents a diverse range of interesting technologies Corporates are actively seeking.

Through the programme, we hope to impart industry best practices while providing startups greater market access for growth and scalability across the region. By embracing forward-thinking approaches driven by technology, PETRONAS is committed to developing sustainable solutions that will drive positive change and contribute to a greener and more resilient future.”

FutureTech 3.0 has welcomed seven new corporate partners, including Gentari, Tenaga Nasional, DRB-HICOM, Sembcorp Industries, Hyundai Motor Company, Vitol and Khazanah Nasional.

Grant Bollaert, GM Engineering (left) and Jamie Roodenrys, GM Strategic Partnerships (right) from Wildfire Energy during the Petronas FutureTech 3.0 Immersion Week.

Grant Bollaert, GM Engineering and Jamie Roodenrys, GM Strategic Partnerships from Wildfire Energy together with the FutureTech3.0 cohort in Malaysia this week.

Greg Perkins, CEO of Wildfire Energy said:

"This is a fantastic opportunity for our team to engage with leading corporates from the Asia Pacific region and learn more about how our MIHG technology could help power them towards Net Zero!"

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