dynaCERT Presents Exceptional Opportunity, Fuel-Efficient Carbon Emission Reduction Technology Grows Interest
dynaCERT Inc. (TSX:DYA) HG Technology Transforms Diesel Engines into Clean Energy; reduction of NOx up to 88%, CO 47%, fine particles 55%, fuel savings between 6% and 19%
dynaCERT Inc. (TSX:DYA)
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NEW YORK, NY, USA, June 22, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — dynaCERT Inc. (TSX: DYA) (OTCQX: DYFSF) (Frankfurt: DMJ) is an emerging Canadian environmental, social and Governance (ESG) The company has focused on advancing its HydraGEN (HG) carbon emissions reduction technology and commercializing its ability to generate associated carbon credits. dynaCERT Inc. presents an exceptional opportunity for investors by establishing a long position now that the company is finally returning to meaningful marketing after a long Covid-19 hiatus, as higher diesel prices persist and successful pilot programs arrive mature, a confluence of events resulted in a dramatic increase in interest in its technology. dynaCERT’s HG technology has seen over $90 million in investment over the past 18 years to perfect it to the point where it is poised to grow with demand, with major potential as the only company with the patents. and the technology, proven, in production and able to provide an immediate solution to reducing global air pollution (while saving on fuel costs in the process).
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What is HydraGEN technology? : dynaCERT technology essentially transforms diesel engines into clean energy. HG technology generates pure (elemental) H2 and O2 gases individually, on demand (not stored), and injects in a timed manner that interfaces with the engine‘s on-board computer to burn diesel more completely, resulting in more power, less carbon fouling and a reduction in pollutants. HG technology is controlled by an intelligent ECU (the brain of the unit that interfaces with a truck’s engine computer) which can record fuel savings and emission reductions during operation, and provide an audit trail, essentially a greenhouse gas tracking system with the ability to account for future carbon credits. HG technology has been proven worldwide in numerous rigorous high level government and private test programs to reduce harmful emissions in diesel transport trucks; Up to 88% NOx reduction, up to 47% CO reduction, up to 57% total hydrocarbon reduction and up to 55% particulate reduction (elimination of black smoke), providing better torque, reducing maintenance costs, while delivering between 6% and 19% fuel savings, and up to 51% reduction in DEF (diesel exhaust fluid) – results unmatched by any other current technology.
Why is HG technology essential in today’s environment? : NOx is extremely dangerous to human health and the environment, contributing to the formation of smog and acid rain, as well as the deterioration of the Earth’s protective ground-level ozone. In addition to saving money for the user, the technology helps businesses operate in an environmentally sustainable manner. NOx, CO, CO2, THC and particulates are all harmful to the environment and are significantly reduced with HG technology.
What are dynaCERT carbon credits? : dynaCERT holds worldwide patents on means and methods for monitoring and monetizing carbon credits in the context of diesel engine emission reductions, dynaCERT holds them in 12 different sectors. dynaCERT’s technology is capable of producing carbon credits and has a mechanism for the end user to share 50% of the revenue. dynaCERT has the infrastructure and data center in place to launch it as a recurring revenue stream for the business and end users; it’s in the final process with Verra (the world’s leading carbon credit certification and trading body), the methodology is already approved, and the recognition of carbon credit creation through technology is already approved, Verra has just pass the final stage of the audit. The CEO of dynaCERT said in May 2022 “we anticipate that at some point this year we will actually offer these carbon credits…we have spent a lot of time, a lot of money and a lot of effort to get there indicate .” Verra’s Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) program is the world’s leading voluntary program for certifying greenhouse gas emission reduction projects. The current price of carbon credits in the voluntary market is around $60/t, in dynaCERT’s long-haul trucking market alone, each truck could potentially generate around a few thousand dollars in carbon credits per year, and many experts predict that the price will rise to $400-$500/t over the next few years.
dynaCERT’s share price is likely to experience an upward revaluation as the reality of the scale of demand for its technology is appreciated by the market: May 2022 marks the first time that the CEO of dynaCERT grants a public interview since the start of Covid19. Going into Covid-19, the stock price was well over $1/share (with market cap > C$300m), orders were pouring in, and momentum for tech was high, then it all came together. suddenly stopped (because of Covid the last 2 years have been brutal on dynaCERT — marketing, production, installer training, sales — everything has stopped). The interview reports that dynaCERT is now back operational, back to full swing, and investors should take note of the uptrend, here is a selection of some takeaway notes related to trades we have been doing listening to the interview; …
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