Whether it be COP26 or the recent company news, ’emissions reduction’ company dynaCERT Inc. (TSX: DYA | OTCQX: DYFSF | FRA: DMJ) stock price leaped 42.86% higher on the Toronto Stock Exchange yesterday. Since the COP26 conference began on October 31 the stock has moved up from C$0.22 to C$0.40, for a 82% gain the past 3 days. Now that’s impressive!
Of course InvestorIntel readers may not be surprised, as we published “dynaCERT’s Carbon Emissions Reduction Technology (CERT) is revved and ready, as the world eyes the upcoming UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow for updates on emissions reductions commitments” back on September 2, 2021.
dynaCERT (TSX: DYA) was up 42.86% yesterday
Source: Yahoo Finance
On November 1, 2021, dynaCERT announced that their distributor CarbonKleen has reported “Sofina will expand their installation of dynaCERT’s Technology from four (4) HydraGEN™ Technology units to twenty (20) units, with a goal of using dynaCERT’s patented technology to improve the efficiency and reduce harmful emissions of diesel-powered engines.” Sofina Foods will be installing this technology as part of their ongoing commitment to continuously improving the environmental impact of their operations and products.
Sofina Foods Inc. is a Canadian based manufacturer of processed animal products. Sofina is privately owned and dedicated to providing great tasting, high quality food products for retail and food service. Sofina acquired Lilydale in a C$130 million deal in 2010 and Santa Maria Foods ULC (an importer and distributor of specialty Italian brands) in 2012.
dynaCERT President & CEO, Jim Payne, stated: “dynaCERT congratulates the entire team at Sofina Foods for taking important steps towards contributing to Sustainability as it relates to Climate Change. dynaCERT applauds both KarbonKleen and Sofina Foods for their uncompromising commitment to innovative technologies that reduce emissions in internal combustion engines. Our patented HydraGEN™ Technology and HydraLytica™ software is well-suited for Sofina Foods and is a testimony of their rising efforts in contributing to solutions to Climate Change…..”
Could the Sofina deal lead to a windfall of new customers for dynaCERT
Certainly 2021 has seen many announcements of companies wanting to go green and reduce their emissions. While not every business can afford or justify buying new electric vehicles, millions of global businesses can afford to install dynaCERT’s HydraGEN™ emission reduction system on their existing combustion vehicles or generators, especially those using diesel. That’s because the system can be retrofitted and as well as reducing emissions it improves fuel efficiency. Furthermore, the HydraLytica™ software allows companies to see on their computers or cell phones exactly how much CO2 they are generating for any particular truck or diesel engine. A win-win for the Company and also for dynaCERT.
HydraGEN™ Technology delivers less emissions and improved fuel efficiency
Source: dynaCERT company presentation
dynaCERT’s extensive global distribution for its products
dynaCERT has numerous collaborations and partnerships, including 45 qualified agents and dealers operating in 44 countries worldwide, with a potential market size of one billion vehicles. In particular, polluting large heavy vehicles (trucks, buses, mining vehicles etc) running on diesel are prime potential beneficiaries. Fleets can also benefit by reducing emissions and saving on fuel costs.
Some examples of dynaCERT’s agents/dealers/alliances include KarbonKleen (mentioned above), 6TAVADA LDA (Portugal), SSiE (Canada), ESAMETAL S.r.l. (Italy), SIMMAX Power Generation (Canada), Simply Green Ltd (Canada), GridFix, (Australia), and ACR Industrial Supplies (Colombia and Peru).
dynaCERT’s potential global market for its products is enormous (includes 1 billion existing combustion engine vehicles and millions of trucks)
Source: dynaCERT company presentation
More about dynaCERT
dynaCERT’s patented technology (HydraGEN™system and HydraLytica™ software) creates hydrogen and oxygen on-demand through a unique patented electrolysis system and supplies these gases through the air intake of internal combustion engines to enhance combustion, resulting in lower carbon emissions and greater fuel efficiency. dynaCERT’s technology is designed for use with many types and sizes of diesel engines used in on-road vehicles, reefer trailers, off-road construction, power generation, mining and forestry equipment, marine vessels and railroad locomotives.
The COP26 climate change conference on now in Glasgow has been highlighting the need to take urgent action to save our planet. The recent example of Sofina Foods purchasing dynaCERT’s emissions reduction technology is just one small example of how change can happen.
dynaCERT’s technology was 17 years in the making with C$70 million invested, all leading up to now. The Company trades on a market cap of C$152 million which gives an opportunity for further gains should more of the 1 billion combustion engine owners decide to reduce emissions. Let’s hope COP26 is just the beginning of an avalanche of new purchases for dynaCERT’s products and we can move towards a cleaner world.