iHunt4 looking for charities to partner with

iHunt4, the company that provides treasure hunting software, announced today that it is on a mission to find charities who would benefit from the treasure hunting software. iHunt4 is looking to partner with worthwhile charities that align with its goals. 

iHunt4 recognises that there are many charities providing vital services within the community and would like to partner with them to bring their members extra features within the treasure hunt ecosystem. iHunt has developed world leading software that organizes team treasure hunting activities. The company would like to partner with charities and offer free advanced treasure hunt abilities in a way to give back to the community. iHunt has special features such as marketplace involvement, its own cryptocurrency and other benefits that would bring additional benefits to the charity’s members and supporters.

The iHunt4 treasure hunt game is a great way for teams and organizations to bond and enjoy time with one another as they play the adventure. It is also a way for sponsors of the charities to further support their desired charity by providing prizes within the hunt for the participants. Sponsors also benefit from participating in the treasure hunt with additional foot traffic at their desired locations. Sponsors have the ability to provide discounts, deals or rewards to players throughout the game adventure. 

The iHunt4 team has designed the platform to be a global adventure, the game offers digital rewards for players that discover clues in the hunt. The iHunt4 game is tightly integrated with location based tools where the sponsors can dictate where the treasures are to be placed. The charity members or players utilize the application to search and get rewarded with real prizes along the way. There is no cost to the charity members playing the game and the platform makes it easy for the users to redeem the promotion when required. 

iHunt4 is part of a global treasure hunt aiming to be the largest of its kind. The virtual hunt is available at over 6 million locations worldwide and is used by small, medium and large organisations. Treasure hunting has been around for a very long time and the iHunt4 platform is an ongoing treasure hunt where new prizes, promotions, gift cards are entered into the game by real businesses. We look forward to new players joining the family based treasure hunt activity. 

About iHunt Treasure Solutions

iHunt4 is a world wide scavenger hunt software program designed to entertain all age groups. The solution helps connect businesses with treasure hunt players. For more information please contact iHunt.

Contact Details

Name – Bonnie Church

E-mail – [email protected]

Phone no – 1300 877 877

Company – iHunt Treasure Hunt

Country – Canada

Address – 1000 Toronto Rd, Toronto Canada

Website – Click Here

India is looking towards kick-starting the hydrogen ecosystem development, says Shri Dharmendra Pradhan

Union Petroleum and Natural Gas & Steel Minister Shri Dharmendra Pradhan today said that India is looking towards various colors to kick-start the hydrogen ecosystem development. Addressing the Hydrogen RoundTable on “Hydrogen Economy: New Delhi Dialogue – 2021”, he said that in India, we have taken various initiatives with respect to the greater use of hydrogen in India’s energy mix. Government of India recently announced the National Hydrogen Mission in the Union Budget 2021 for making a hydrogen roadmap for the country. “We are working on a pilot project on Blue Hydrogen, Hydrogen CNG (H-CNG) and Green Hydrogen. Through technological advancements, we are blending hydrogen with compressed natural gas for use as transportation fuel as well as an industrial input to refineries. 50 buses in Delhi are plying on blended hydrogen in Compressed Natural Gas on a pilot basis. We plan to scale it up in the coming months across the major cities of India.”

The minister said that Energy is integral to support our fast-growing economy, and we are developing an energy sector which will be growth-centric, industry-friendly and environment-conscious. He said that we have the onerous task of ensuring energy justice and to end energy poverty in the country. This requires ample access to affordable energy to improve the lives of Indians coupled with the need to have a smaller carbon footprint.

Shri Pradhan said that the contours of India’s energy transition are changing fast. “Hon’ble Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi has outlined a new energy map of India in October last year with seven key drivers, and, indeed, one of them is development of emerging fuels, particularly Hydrogen.” The minister said that the Government is developing a clear roadmap for a self-reliant India or an AatmaNirbhar Bharat, which seeks to place India as a manufacturing hub well-integrated with global supply chains. In this effort, energy will have a defining role. 

Shri Pradhan said that hydrogen has great potential to emerge as a future source of energy. “The enthusiasm about hydrogen has a simple reason: whether it’s used in a fuel cell or burned to create heat, wherever hydrogen replaces fossil fuels, it slows global warming. Inclusion of “Hydrogen” as an energy carrier in the future energy portfolio presents a unique opportunity to address emerging energy vectors, including power to gas, power to power, and power to mobility and even vehicle to grid applications.” 

The Minister said that India remains committed to environmental and climate causes with a massive thrust on deploying renewable energy and energy efficiency measures.  In the past six years, India has increased its renewable power portfolio from 32 GW to almost 100 GW. “We are well on track to achieve 450 GW target of renewable energy generating capacity by 2030, he added. Diversification of our energy basket would be the key lever enabling this transition. However, it is equally important that the new energy-mix options synergize and co-exist with the established base technology already operational in the respective countries, in which, huge capital investments have been made.  That’s why the emergence of hydrogen at the centre stage is a welcome development.” 

Shri Pradhan said that Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas is committed to augment the hydrogen supply chain infrastructure in the country. “Presently, as in the case of other countries, our petroleum sector is the largest producer of hydrogen for various refinery process operations. Hence, we realize petroleum sector’s capability to produce hydrogen molecules, stored and traded as gas, making it a natural votary of this new energy form. It provides us an opportunity to utilize existing business models and infrastructure unlike other e-options.” 

The Minister said that Hydrogen is also capable of aligning with the Ministry’s other flagship schemes, like the promotion of compressed biogas under the Sustainable Alternative for Affordable towards Transportation (SATAT) scheme or promoting the gas-based economy or other initiatives on Waste-to-Energy. Such an integration will impart much more flexibility and capacity utilization to the vast infrastructure available or being created in India.  He said that the utility of hydrogen is not going to be limited only to the transport sector. The maturity of the ecosystem can be accelerated through its usage as a decarbonizing agent for a range of sectors, including industry covering chemicals, iron, steel, fertilizer and refining, transport, heat and power. 

Shri Pradhan said that by establishing synergies with natural gas, hydrogen can be easily adopted in the energy mix without seeking major infrastructural overhauling. “We are looking forward to introduce H-CNG as an intermittent technology in a big way for both automotive and domestic cooking applications.” 

He said that Our refineries are planning to leverage the available surplus hydrogen capacities in gray form for meeting the initial demand in mainstreaming hydrogen. “One of such projects is underway at our Gujarat refinery of Indian Oil wherein the combination of hydrogen production through natural gas and its hyphenation with the carbon capture technology will result in the production of blue hydrogen. Multiple buses powered by fuel cells will be covering various iconic routes. Efforts are underway to leverage the vast CNG pipeline infrastructure to reduce the transportation cost of hydrogen.” 

The Minister announced that India, with its steadfast efforts towards leading the energy transition, backed by robust political will, is committed to engage with partners for ushering-in the hydrogen economy.   

H.E. Dr. Sultan bin Ahmad Sultan Al Jaber, Minister of Industry and Advanced Technology, UAE, H.E. Mr. Angus Taylor, Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction, Australia, H.E. Mr. Dan Jørgensen, Minister for Climate, Energy and Utilities, Denmark, and H.E. Mr. David M. Turk, Deputy Secretary of Energy, the United States also addressed the inaugural session of the roundtable.



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