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dynaCERT signs a strategic agreement with MOSOLF Germany for distribution of its HydraGENä Technology products

25 Oct dynaCERT signs a strategic agreement with MOSOLF Germany for distribution of its HydraGENä Technology products

dynaCERT (OTCQB: DYFSF), a Company dealing in transportable hydrogen generator aftermarket products, announced the signing of a strategic agreement with MOSOLF group of Europe, which includes collaboration for distributing dynaCERT’s HydraGENä Technology products throughout the European Union. MOSOLF will act as the dealer for Germany under the terms of the memorandum that also includes a purchase order for delivery of 1,000 of dynaCERT’s HydraGENä Technology Units by 2020.

Mosolf is a leading logistic system service provider that offers services, which encompass the complete value-added chain of European automotive industry, including commercial, construction vehicles and automobile logistics. The Company has an extensive network of thirty-eight technical centers and a multi-modal fleet that offer services for road, rail and river transportation.

As part of the MOU, MOSOLF and its subsidiaries will act as the dealers for Germany, Czech Republic, Poland, France and Benelux initially. dynaCERT’s HydraGENä Technology will be marketed to the federal and local Government entities across municipalities and cities. In addition, the companies intend to establish a joint venture to develop, certify and offer a customized HydraGENä Technology to the Passenger Car After-Market in Europe, by leveraging on MOSOLF’s commercial relationships in the transportation industry.


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Enrico Schlaepfer, dynaCERT ’s Vice President of Global Sales, stated,

“The MOSOLF association is a landmark milestone for dynaCERT in Europe. MOSOLF is well-established in our target transportation market with professional service centers located across Europe. Our European vision has finally become reality. We are embarking on a sales and marketing campaign of exceptional strength and integrity with a partner like MOSOLF.”

A report by European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC), point out those Global CO2 emissions from fossil fuel combustion and processes, increased by 1.9% in 2018 compared with 2017. EU member states decreased their emissions by 1.9% compared with 2017, with power sector decreased its CO2 emissions by 30% over 2018. The decrease in emissions can be attributed to recycling programs, waste-to-energy plants and waste reduction, as well as mitigation policies to decarbonise the EU energy supply as per the report.

In the U.S Obama administrations “Mid-Century Strategy for Deep Decarbonization” has studied the steps that need to be taken to cut emissions by 80 percent by 2050, from their 2005 levels. The study undertaken by various groups are pushing for net-zero carbon dioxide (CO­2) emissions by 2050. To achieve this objective measures such as transitioning to cleaner electricity systems such as wind, hydro, solar and nuclear, electrifying transportation to reduce usage of fossil fuels, use of low carbon fuels, deploying energy efficient resources and creating technology that can assist in carbon dioxide removal (CDR) are being propagated.

Carbontech is an emerging industry that seeks to create breakthrough technologies for converting CO2 emissions. However, the industry is still in its nascent stage with investors still vary of its potential and is plagued by issues such as high costs and technical and engineering challenges. The Industry is seeing innovative approaches such as the one from Switzerland-based Climework, which is building a system that can capture carbon from the atmosphere and use it for making fizzy drinks or grow vegetables.

According to an estimate the U.S total available market for carbontech is $1.07 trillion per year, and global TAM is $5.91 trillion per year, including revenue from products involved in carbontech materials or conversion processes. Over 85 percent of the U.S market will be made up of technology related to Fuels. This presents a great opportunity for companies such as dynaCERT.

dynaCERT is a pioneer in the carbon emission reduction industry, which offers next generation technology, capable of reducing emission from diesel engines that can also result in considerable fuel savings to the operator. The Company’s HydraGEN™ Technology can turn distilled water into H2 & O2 gases, by using simple electrolysis. The device is portable, safe and can produce oxygen and hydrogen on demand. In addition, its salient features include being lightweight, strong and durable. It has a weather proof housing unit and vibration dampeners and most importantly offers a quick return on investment in the form of fuel and other cost savings.

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dynaCERT’s patent-pending electrolysis system and smart ECM provide adjustable delivery of H2 & O2 concentrations, providing an optimal level of gases to suit various engines. The technology offers scalability and can be adapted to any vehicle including rail, marine, off-road and power generation. The technology has been validated by various research bodies such as NASA & Jet Propulsion Labs, California institute of technology, PIT group to name a few. The Company also offers a HYDRAGEN App to enable remote access to emission and fuel data for end-users.

The Company claims to offer up to 19.2 percent reduction in fuel consumption, 88.7 percent reduction in NOx emissions, 46.7 percent reduction in CO emissions, 9.6 percent reduction in CO2 emissions 57.1 percent reduction in THC emissions, 55.3 percent reduction in particulate matter, lower maintenance costs, 60% reduction of Diesel Emission Fuel (DEF) usage and Reduction of Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) replacement period by at least 33%, claims that have been validated through on-road and accredited third party testing as per the Company.

A proponent of the Green Initiative, the Company is focused on reducing the emission by combustion of carbon based fuels leading to rising levels of greenhouse gases. The Company offers solutions in numerous industries such as power generation, tractor-trailers, Marine Transport, Off-road construction and Rail Transport.

Risk Assessment

  • The global carbon emission technology market is poised to be a $5.91 trillion per year economic opportunity with fuels ($3.82 trillion), building materials ($1.37 trillion), and plastics ($0.41 trillion) leading the bandwagon. This provides a great opportunity for Companies in the carbontech industry such as dynaCERT, to use their cutting-edge technology to come up with breakthroughs, which can catapult them to the leadership position.
  • There is a growing concern about the environmental impact of carbon emission leading to enactment of various legislations and an increased regulatory and public support for initiatives in the carbon emission reduction industry. The government and international governing bodies are providing increased support and creating favorable environment for the advancement of technologies which help reduce carbon emissions.
  • dynaCERT offers a technology that is different from other hydrogen on-demand generation systems as it uses a proprietary technology to separate hydrogen and oxygen gases. The Company’s Smart Electronic Control Unit combines state-of-the-art digital processing hardware with software algorithms to determine the optimal ratio and flow rates of hydrogen and oxygen for optimal engine performance.
  • The technology also offers an attractive return on investment to the buyer which could be a deciding factor in its large-scale adoption in the future. The validation of its technology by institutes of repute will augur well for its future.
  •  Disclosure: I/we have no positions in any stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours.

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