Jim Payne of dynaCERT talks about creating fuel efficiency and generating carbon credits

In this InvestorIntel interview with host Tracy Weslosky, dynaCERT Inc.‘s (TSX: DYA | OTCQX: DYFSF) President, CEO, and Director Jim Payne talks about its patented technology for carbon emission reduction that generates carbon credits to meet ESG goals.

In the interview, which can also be viewed in full on the InvestorIntel YouTube channel (click here to access InvestorChannel.com), Jim tells Tracy that “dynaCERT was going to be at the forefront of the carbon credit world long before even carbon credit was something anybody was talking about.” He explains how dynaCERT’s Carbon Emission Reduction Technology (CERT)  creates hydrogen and oxygen on-demand through a unique electrolysis system and supplies these gases to engines to enhance combustion, resulting in lower carbon emissions and greater fuel efficiency. Jim says that dynaCERT has been working with Verra, the largest governing body to approve and register carbon credits, for over two years, and “they have approved our methodology.”

Talking about commercializing and expanding dynaCERT’s customer base, Jim continued, “we have some of the largest companies in North America that have been talking to me for quite some time. They want they want the carbon credits, they want the bragging rights, they want to be able to say that they have adopted our technology for the carbon credits.” These include municipalities in Canada and in Europe and some of the largest power supply companies in Canada, and also fleets of diesel vehicles. “We improve the fuel economy, more importantly we reduce the emissions right at the source, right at the combustion and we reduce the emissions north of 50 percent,” he says. “By adopting our technology they meet and exceed  their goals for the emission reductions, so there’s a lot of excitement there.”

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About dynaCERT Inc.

dynaCERT Inc. manufactures and distributes Carbon Emission Reduction Technology for use with internal combustion engines. As part of the growing global hydrogen economy, our patented technology creates hydrogen and oxygen on-demand through a unique electrolysis system and supplies these gases through the air intake to enhance combustion, resulting in lower carbon emissions and greater fuel efficiency. Our technology is designed for use with many types and sizes of diesel engines used in on-road vehicles, refrigerated trailers, off-road construction, power generation, mining and forestry equipment, marine vessels and railroad locomotives.

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COP26 focuses investor interest on the critical materials required for a cleantech global vision

COP26 is now completed and the changes will impact the cleantech sector in the years ahead. Some came away disappointed at the lack of commitment from the 197 participating countries at COP26; however, there were many positive steps as outlined below.

The major outcomes from COP26

  • The “Glasgow Climate Pact” was introduced. It aims to limit global warming to 1.5 °C. It calls for a more ambitious climate response on cutting emissions, climate management finance, and pledging to double adaptation finance, and funding for loss and damage already being caused by warming. Countries were asked to “revisit and strengthen” their climate pledges by the end of 2022.
  • New transparency rules to ensure countries report sufficient information to determine whether or not they are meeting their pledges.
  • The first ever COP decision to explicitly target action against fossil fuels, calling for a “phase-down” of unabated coal and “phase-out” of “inefficient” fossil-fuel subsidies.
  • COP26 finalised rules for global carbon trading; however under the rules, the fossil fuel industry will be allowed to “offset” its carbon emissions and carry on polluting.
  • Record-breaking pledges of US$365 million to the Adaptation Fund. This was a tripling of the amount raised last year, with first time contributions from the USA and Canada.

Note: The Adaption Fund is set up to help developing countries build resilience and ‘adapt’ to climate change.

Sectors and companies to benefit from the COP26 changes

The renewable energy sector will continue to be a beneficiary. In particular, solar, wind, hydro, and geothermal energy. So too will nuclear energy benefit. The push for a global warming increase limited to 1.5 °C, and the focus for countries to revisit and strengthen their climate pledges by the end of 2022, should also be a positive catalyst going forward for renewables and nuclear energy.

Carbon capture and storage (“CC&S”) should also continue to benefit. The “phase-down” (not “phase-out”) of coal means CC&S can continue to play a role to reduce carbon emissions.

Zero-emission vehicles such as electric vehicles (“EVs”) indirectly got a boost with the COP26 decision to phase down “inefficient” fossil-fuel subsidies. If implemented fossil fuels would become relatively more expensive making EVs relatively more attractive.

Those companies working in the cleantech sector will benefit from the renewed COP26 push to reduce emissions.

Many InvestorIntel member companies set to benefit

When you look over the list of InvestorIntel member companies the standout feature is that many are involved, either directly or indirectly, in the cleantech and green related sectors. For example, Carbon Streaming Corporation (NEO: NETZ) invests into carbon credits, Cielo Waste Solutions Corp. (TSXV: CMC | OTCQB: CWSFF) turns polluting waste into renewable fuel, dynaCERT Inc. (TSX: DYA | OTCQX: DYFSF) reduces emissions from vehicles, H2O Innovation Inc. (TSXV: HEO | OTCQX: HEOFF) uses technologies to create clean water and treat wastewater, Ideanomics, Inc. (NASDAQ: IDEX) is investing in and supporting the EV industry, Nano One Materials Corp. (TSX: NANO) works to develop and commercialize better and cheaper cathodes for lithium ion batteries, and NEO Battery Materials Ltd. (TSXV: NBM) is developing silicon anodes for lithium ion batteries..

The mining companies that produce or are working to produce the raw materials that go into solar and wind energy, as well as electric vehicles, batteries, and other energy storage products, stand to benefit. This includes the rare earths (Appia Rare Earths & Uranium Corp. (CSE: API | OTCQB: APAAF), Search Minerals Inc. (TSXV: SMY | OTCQB: SHCMF), USA Rare Earth, LLC, Vital Metals Limited (ASX: VML); lithium (Avalon Advanced Materials Inc. (TSX: AVL | OTCQB: AVLNF), Critical Elements Lithium Corporation (TSXV: CRE), Neo Lithium Corp. (TSXV: NLC); cobalt (CBLT Inc. (TSXV: CBLT), Global Energy Metals Corporation (TSXV: GEMC); graphite; nickel (Nickel 28 Capital Corp. (TSXV: NKL); manganese; copper (Kodiak Copper Corp. (TSXV: KDK), Murchison Minerals Ltd. (TSXV: MUR); vanadium and scandium (Imperial Mining Group Ltd. (TSXV: IPG), Scandium International Mining Corp. (TSX: SCY). Another is the rare earths’ magnet materials maker Neo Performance Materials Inc. (TSX: NEO).

Finally, a phase-down of coal is a positive for the smart nuclear sector and hence the uranium miners and explorers such as Energy Fuels Inc. (NYSE American: UUUU | TSX: EFR), Ur-Energy Inc. (NYSE American: URG | TSX: URE), Western Uranium & Vanadium Corp. (CSE: WUC | OTCQX: WSTRF), Fission 3.0 Corp. (TSXV: FUU | OTCQB: FISOF), Appia Rare Earths & Uranium Corp. (CSE: API | OTCQB: APAAF), and Azincourt Energy Corp. (TSXV: AAZ).

Closing remarks

COP26 was perhaps more successful than what some are reporting. The phase-down of coal is a good achievement, with India joining this for the first time. The new transparency rules are underappreciated, given currently that there are no penalties for not following the climate change targets (only naming and shaming). New rules for global carbon credits trading are also a positive step forward. Also, the tripling of pledges to the Adaptation Fund to help developing companies is welcome.

Investors could look through the list of InvestorIntel members and select the companies that they think best align with the COP26 changes and the massive trend towards reducing emissions and producing green energy and technology this decade.

See you next time for COP27 in November 2022, this time in Egypt.

dynaCERT wins during COP26 with renewed support for its emissions reduction technology

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.

Closing remarks

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.

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

As the world gears up for the UN Climate Change Conference (COP 26) in Glasgow, UK, on November 1-12, 2021, all eyes will be on country’s emissions reductions commitments. It will also be a good time for those companies that are focused to help reduce emissions, such as dynaCERT Inc. (TSX: DYA | OTCQX: DYFSF | FRA: DMJ).

dynaCERT is focused on reducing emissions and improving fuel efficiency with their Carbon Emission Reduction Technology (CERT) used with internal combustion engines. Their flagship product is HydraGEN™, an electrolysis unit that produces hydrogen (H2) and oxygen (O2) gases to optimize the fuel burn, resulting in a 6-19% increase in fuel economy and dramatic reduction in emissions. dynaCERT has spent C$70 million and 17 years developing the HydraGEN™ technology.

HydraGEN™ emissions benefits

Source: Company presentation

dynaCERT gives a good business description stating:

“The Company is engaged in the design, engineering, manufacturing, testing, and distribution of a transportable hydrogen generator aftermarket product, currently in use in the heavy Class 6-8 tractor trailer industry, the smaller Class 2-5 trucks, stationary power generation, off-road construction machinery, and mining and targeted for use in refrigerated trailers and containers, and forestry industries, with potential for application in the ocean shipping and trans-continental rail industries.

dynaCERT’s HydraGEN™ electrolysis unit can be retrofitted to vehicles to reduce emissions

Source: Company presentation

Despite the COVID-19 disruption, dynaCERT has signed up 7 new global dealers

Unfortunately, the last year or so has seen a severe disruption to dynaCERT’s business both in terms of the supply chain disruption and also the global sales distribution. During Q2 2021, dynaCERT shipped 74 HydraGENTM units to dealers and clients. For the second quarter to June 30, 2021, the Company recognized sales of C$414,503 (compared to C$19,805 a year ago) and for the six months ended June 30, 2021, the Company recognized sales of C$464,296. These figures are below expectations due to the COVID-19 impact.

On a brighter note, dynaCERT now has 47 qualified agents and dealers operating in over 38 countries worldwide. The dynaCERT HydraGEN™ line of products is ready to be presented to a market potential of more than 100 million vehicles. Despite the disruptions, dynaCERT has been able to sign up 7 new dealers6TAVADA 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). 

In addition, Alltrucks GmbH & Co. AG (Germany) has initiated promoting dynaCERT’s HydraGEN™ technology to 300 of Alltrucks partner establishments in Germany.

In Q1 2021, dynaCERT received purchase orders with advanced payment of 20 HG1B units for the North American continental trucking customers of KarbonKleen which is furthering its successful trials to its trucking and logistics clients. This is not part of the subscription program for 3,000 units.

The city of Woodstock has had a conventional public transit bus and a recycling packer truck installed with HydraGEN™ HG2R technology units. dynaCERT is also working with Provincial and Federal Governments, several municipalities and power utility providers across Ontario supplying quotes and extensive analyst reports for their fleets showing the potential fuel savings, as well as the emissions reductions and greenhouse gas reductions that could potentially be realized with the utilization of HydraGEN™ units.

Finally in the key North American market dynaCERT recently stated: “In Q2 2021, dynaCERT has received purchase orders of the Company’s newest 2021 models HG1 and HG2 units through several Dealers continuing to penetrate the North American logistics, trucking and consumer markets, including smaller commercial delivery/service vehicles.”

dynaCERT expertise in Hydrogen Clean Technology

In recent times dynaCERT has increasingly become known as an expert in Hydrogen Clean Technology. This was seen back in March 2021 when it was announced that dynaCERT had achieved Local and Global milestones and became part of the Ontario Hydrogen Strategy Coalition, effectively attending meetings of the Hydrogen Strategy Working Group.

Then in June dynaCERT announced that they had accepted a strategic collaboration to advise Galaxy Power, from time to time, on general innovative Hydrogen Clean Technology advancements throughout Canada.

dynaCERT investment highlights

Source: Company presentation

Closing remarks

dynaCERT has been impacted by COVID-19 and as a result, the Company’s revenues have been lower than what was expected. On the positive side, the global number of dealers has increased, which better positions dynaCERT to capitalize when the market recovers. Also, we are rapidly approaching the COP 26 UN Climate Change Conference in November 2021 when all eyes will turn towards emissions reductions.

For investors, the stock price is less than half of where it was a year ago and trades on a market cap of C$108 million. Given the enormous demand to reduce vehicle emissions and boost fuel efficiency then dynaCERT should recover soon.

dynaCERT teams up with Harold Martin to move their emissions reduction tech to the next level of success

Today up to 40 of the world’s leaders are meeting for President Biden’s Leaders Summit on Climate Change. It has been reported that the U.S plans to announce their new goal to accelerate its emissions reductions by 50% by 2030. China’s President Xi also plans to outline how China plans to reduce their emissions. Then on November 1-12, 2021 there will be the UN Climate Change Conference to be held in Glasgow, UK.

All of this revolves around reducing emissions. One company is already doing that and improving fuel efficiency with their Carbon Emission Reduction Technology (CERT) used with diesel engines. That company is dynaCERT Inc. (TSX: DYA | OTCQX: DYFSF | FSE: DMJ).

dynaCERT is a Canadian company with a global solution to reduce pollution


dynaCERT teams up with industry leader Harold Martin of Martin Technologies

In recent news announced on January 18, 2021 dynaCERT stated that dynaCERT “has agreed with Martin Technologies LLC Corporation (“Martin Technologies”) to collaborate on scientific expansions required for introducing dynaCERT’s patented proprietary Carbon Emission Reduction Technology (“HydraGEN™ Technology”) to Original Equipment Manufacturers (“OEM’s”) in North America and globally.” As a result of this Chairman and CEO of Martin Technologies, Mr. Harold Martin, has joined the dynaCERT corporate advisory board. DynaCERT state:

“Mr. Martin has global business experience ranging in North America and South America, EU, Asia and Africa. He has been an OEM Supplier partner providing complete vehicle services in engineering, manufacturing, assembly, and marketing. He is a former Automotive Engineer at General Motors who led numerous programs and awarded 20 World Patents and 5 Classified Patents……Mr. Martin founded Martin Industries in 1996 where he developed and sustained solid business partnerships within the Automotive, Aerospace, Defense and Motorsport industries and where he commissioned 15 global facilities reaching more than 1 million square feet in combined space. He led many joint global partnership agreements including Wiring JV, Smart Wiring JV and Casting JV. He is recognized by the OEM industry for engineering and manufacturing expertise, creativity, sense of urgency, and speed to market…..Mr. Martin has been profiled publicly by CNN, ESPN, NBC, ABC, FOX, SPEEDVISION, USA Today and Automotive News and was a Speaker for over 75 Corporations and more than 250 schools (70,000 students)……He is the winner of the Trailblazing Award of the AFMIM and acted as “Harold Martin” in the movie “Home Run Showdown.”

This is a significant coup for dynaCERT having Mr. Harold Martin onboard. This has the potential to speed up and open up huge new global business opportunities for dynaCERT. Just think for a moment, can you name anyone (except maybe Elon Musk) in the auto or emissions industry that have been asked to play themselves in a movie. Experience, wisdom, global connections. It’s all there.

In other news, dynaCERT announced major carbon credit advancements with Verra. Verra develops and manages standards that help the private sector, countries, and civil society achieve ambitious sustainable development and climate action goals. The release stated: “Verra, which manages the world’s largest greenhouse gas program, the Verified Carbon Standard, has approved the concept note of dynaCERT that is designed to secure Carbon Credits by deploying dynaCERT’s patented HydraGEN™ Technology and HydraLytica™ Telematics on a global basis.” Verra approved the concept note designed to create dynaCERT’s new Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) Methodology under Verra’s VCS Program.

Closing remarks

dynaCERT continues to expand their connections, collaborations, and their reputation. The recent move to have motor industry expert Mr. Harold Martin join the advisory team is likely to lead to significant steps forward in regards to improved technology and perhaps building up new OEM client relationships. dynaCERT is already making inroads into the diesel truck and freight industry as I discussed previously here.

dynaCERT’s emissions reduction technology for diesel engines (HydraGEN™) and their software as a service (HydraLytica™) to monitor performance (emission reductions and improved fuel efficiency) are both steadily gaining industry acceptance and market share.

dynaCERT trades on a market cap of C$184M and looks poised to continue their expansion in 2021.

Adding dynaCERT to Your CleanTech Portfolio

After spending 16 years and over $60 million to develop its CleanTech technology, dynaCERT Inc. (TSX: DYA | OTCQX: DYFSF | FSE: DMJ) hit major milestones in 2020, with the potential for an even better 2021.

As part of the growing global hydrogen economy, dynaCERT manufactures and distributes Carbon Emission Reduction Technology (CERT) for use with diesel engines.

Its flagship product, HydraGENTM, uses a patented process to generate hydrogen and oxygen on-demand, through an electrolysis system and supply the gases through the air intake to enhance combustion, reduce pollution emissions (by up to 50%), and improve fuel efficiency (by up to 19%).

dynaCERT estimates that a unit will pay for itself in fuel savings in about a year.

Key 2020 milestones included:

  • In May, dynaCERT received a purchase order for 3,000 HydraGEN™ units from KarbonKleen Inc. and signed KarbonKleen as a dynaCERT’s Preferred Service Provider, covering the trucking market in the United States.
  • In August, dynaCERT signed a Dealer Agreement with Sparta Group’s (TSXV: SAY) affiliate TruckSuite Canada Ltd. and received an order for 150 HydraGEN™ units from TruckSuite.
  • In June, the Company closed an C$8.4 million stock offering and, as of its latest financials, had $16.2 million in cash.
  • In July, dynaCERT reopened an updated Assembly Plant in Toronto, Ontario, Canada that was retrofitted with a new semi-automated assembly system that can assemble up to 6,000 units per month, representing potential sales of almost $445 million per year at full capacity.
  • The city of Woodstock, Ontario, Canada signed a deal with dynaCERT to equip Woodstock’s diesel-powered vehicles with HydraGEN™ Technology. Woodstock is the first major North American city to sign an agreement with dynaCERT.
  • dynaCERT also established a 100%-owned subsidiary called dynaCERT International Strategic Holdings Inc. (“DISH”) that will be used to strategically invest in CleanTech companies directly involved with dynaCERT’s solutions, including funding a monthly subscription option to facilitate sales of HydraGEN™ units.
  • dynaCERT also launched its freight management software, HydraLytica™, as a new stand-alone offering into the FreightTech industry. The Company’s PaaS (Platform as a Service) solution aggregates vehicle data to create actionable intelligence and presents the information in an easy to use interface.
  • In order to broaden the company’s appeal to a larger shareholder base, including institutional shareholders, dynaCERT graduated its stock listing to the TSX from the TSX Venture Exchange and, in the United States, graduated to the OTCQX Best Market.

Diesel Engine Market

The diesel engine market is massive – an estimated 1 billion diesel engines operate around the world.

dynaCERT’s technology works with many types of diesel engines used in various industries including construction, forestry, mining, power generation, and transportation (trucks, marine, railroad), to name a few.

dynaCERT has over 45 dealers around the world selling its HydraGEN™ technology to truck owners, commercial fleets, and governments that use diesel engines.

Even with the advent of electronic and hydrogen vehicles, it is estimated diesel engines will still dominate the commercial vehicle market due to factors such as durability, reliability, and low-cost operation. According to a report by IHS Markit, by 2040, 60% of new medium and heavy commercial vehicles sold in the United States will still be fueled by diesel.

Environmental Pressures

After the coronavirus pandemic passes and with president-elect Biden campaigning on a pro-environment platform, greater air pollution restrictions are likely to be enacted in 2021.

Reductions in carbon dioxide (CO2), nitrogen oxides (NOx), and particulate matter (PM) are keys to cleaner diesel engines and dynaCERT’s technology can help lower these toxic emissions.

Two Hundred Million Dollar Market Cap – Billion Dollar Opportunity

In November 2019, famous Canadian mining investor Eric Sprott made his first significant CleanTech investment by investing $14 million in dynaCERT.

With a market cap of only C$205 million and the current billion-dollar size of the market, there is still plenty of upside for dynaCERT’s stock price. The analyst’s estimate target price is C$2.20, which represents a potential return of over 300%.


dynaCERT’s Jim Payne on how “HydraLytica™ is like a freight management system on steroids”

InvestorIntel’s Tracy Weslosky speaks with Jim Payne, President, CEO and Director of dynaCERT Inc. (TSX: DYA | OTCQX: DYFSF), about dynaCERT’s expansion into the FreightTech industry with its HydraLytica™ Technology. “FreightTech is a perfect fit with what we do,” Jim said. “HydraLytica™ is like a freight management system on steroids. We have taken that to a whole new level.”

In this InvestorIntel interview, which may also be viewed on YouTube (click here to subscribe to the InvestorIntel Channel), Jim went on to say, “with our technology we can not only track the truck and track fuel efficiencies and reduction in emissions but we can also track everything from maintenance of a vehicle, driving habits and where they can improve driving habits, we can also show improved truck routes to save time and fuel and also accidents report.”

Jim quoted from a study that stated that nitrous oxide is more harmful to the climate than CO2, and explains to the listener how dynaCERT reduces nitrogen oxide from a diesel engine. Adding, “We are a Canadian company with a global solution to reduce pollution.”  It is important to note that they have  recently received the highest rating from United Nations Sustainable Smart Cities.

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dynaCERT expands into the FreightTech industry with new software offering

Decision to enter the FreightTech industry seen as an “evolution of services that fit very naturally with dynaCERT

dynaCERT Inc. (TSX: DYA | OTCQX: DYFSF | FRA: DMJ) is best known for their Carbon Emission Reduction Technology (CERT) for use with diesel engines. Their flagship product is HydraGEN™, an electrolysis unit that produces H2 and O2 gases to optimize the diesel fuel burn, resulting in a 6-19% increase in fuel economy and a 50%+ reduction in emissions.

With most fleet and logistics companies now using software to monitor their fleet’s activities and performance, dynaCERT has added a new service option called HydraLytica™ to its proprietary suite of FreightTech software applications. The company sees this as a supplementary evolution of services that fit very naturally with dynaCERT ’s fuel-saving and emission-saving know-how. HydraLytica™ not only monitors the standard variables but offers much more, especially in relation to fuel economy, driver performance, and greenhouse gas emissions monitoring. The new FreightTech solution reports the data in a simple and understandable mobile application, and provides recommendations for important fleet optimization such as fleet management, route planning, driver safety, and load management.

HydraLytica™ Telematics system is a win-win for both fleet operators and dynaCERT

dynaCERT’s HydraLytica™ measures fuel savings in real time. While it is designed to work with dynaCERT’s HydraGEN™, it will be available to all potential customers and not restricted to just HydraGEN™ users. In an announcement this week dynaCERT explains how, in combination with dynaCERT’s software developer Corsario Ltd. and its marketing arm GP LogiX Inc., it plans to greatly expand the scope of applications to respond to the growing industry needs of logistics companies, and the broader trucking management software ecosystem.

The new addition of HydraLytica™ is a big plus for fleet operators. It means they can better monitor more variables, especially those in relation to fuel efficiency and emissions.  It is also a big win for dynaCERT, as HydraLytica™ users can see for themselves the value proposition of dynaCERT’s products such as HydraGEN™. It also means a subscription service revenue stream for dynaCERT.


Usually the biggest expense for fleet operators is fuel and labor. dynaCERT’s HydraLytica™ allows operators to better monitor both fleet fuel efficiency and driver performance. Monitoring can be done live with real time data on either a PC or smartphone.

“The delivery of our solution is through a managed service, where, not only is the raw data available to the user, but the software monitors industry-based Key Performance Indicators comparing real time data streams to industry averages and reporting areas of deficiency”, says dynaCERT. “Our FreightTech solution reports the data in an easy to use and easy to understand mobile application as well as providing recommendations on numerous matters such as fleet management, route planning, driver safety, and load management.”

Marketing of HydraLytica™ by GP LogiX Inc. is already gaining traction with a number of companies already utilizing the software platform. These include Day & Ross, Ottaway Motor Carriers, Drisco Carriers (based in the USA) and Stevens Brothers Trucking (based in the USA).

Several new deals for HydraGEN™

In the past two months dynaCERT has continued to successfully commercialize their HydraGEN™ technology. This includes:

  • September 8, 2020 – A deal to equip diesel powered vehicles of the City of Woodstock (Ontario) with Carbon Emission Reduction Technology.
  • August 31, 2020 – A JV with Alltrucks GmbH & Co. KG. Alltrucks intends to introduce and promote marketing, installation and servicing of dynaCERT’s HydraGEN™ product line to the established network of Alltrucks. Alltrucks offers a Pan-European workshop concept for maintaining and repairing commercial vehicles of all types and brands. Alltrucks has one of the largest workshop networks in Europe with 700 workshops in 12 countries.
  • August 20, 2020 – dynaCERT receives purchase order to complement COVID-19 safety package for trucking industry.

dynaCERT also continues to commercialize their products with 25+ dealers globally, and is currently improving and expanding their manufacturing facility to triple capacity.

dynaCERT’s global business model


With about one billion diesel engines on the road, dynaCERT continues to evolve and grow new products that are both effective and in demand for the diesel trucking industry as it moves forward into a greener and more energy efficient future.

Demand for dynaCERT clean technology drives company forward

Cashed up, ramped up production line, and senior listed

Vehicle emissions are universally recognized as an environmental concern, especially diesel emissions which the WHO has linked with causing cancer. Governments all over the world are continually tightening their emission standards. In 2020 both Europe and China made significant moves to reduce vehicle emissions. Once company in particular has the potential to be winner from the huge trend to reduce diesel emissions.

dynaCERT Inc. (TSX: DYA | OTCQX: DYFSF) manufactures, distributes, and installs its Carbon Emission Reduction Technology (CERT) for use with diesel engines. Their flagship product is HydraGEN™, an electrolysis unit that produces H2 and O2 gases to optimize the diesel fuel burn, resulting in a 6-19% increase in fuel economy and a 50%+ reduction in emissions.

Founded in 2004, dynaCERT has spent the last 16 years developing their patented technology and has only recently begun to commercialize it on a large scale. dynaCERT’s technology can be used in diesel engines in on-road vehicles, reefer trailers, off-road construction, power generation, mining and forestry equipment, marine vessels, heavy equipment, and railroad locomotives.

dynaCERT’s HydraGEN™ unit installed on a semi to reduce emissions and boost efficiency

Source: Company investor presentation

dynaCERT recently completed an oversubscribed equity raising at C$0.68 (included a half warrant per share raised, exercise price of $1.00 for a period of 24 months). Demand was such that the raise was upsized to $8,367,400. The funds will be used to finance raw materials and manufacturing and assembly costs to create and deliver finished goods as well as for working capital and general corporate purposes. Five major firms in the Canadian financial community participated in dynaCERT’s over-subscribed, over-night-marketed, equity financing.

dynaCERT receives two stock market exchange upgrades in two months

dynaCERT now trades on a market cap of C$218m. As a result of their success dynaCERT has recently been upgraded on not one, but two exchanges. In July dynaCERT was upgraded from the TSX Venture Exchange (TSXV) to the main board TSX in Canada. This follows their June upgrade to the OTCQX from the OTCQB Venture Market in the USA.

Commenting on the US upgrade, the company said:

“The OTCQX Market is designed for established, investor-focused U.S. and international companies. To qualify for OTCQX, companies must meet high financial standards, follow best practice corporate governance, and demonstrate compliance with applicable securities laws. Graduating to the OTCQX Market from the OTCQB Market marks an important milestone for companies, enabling them to demonstrate their qualifications and build visibility among U.S. investors.”

Moving forward quickly: dynaCERT re-opens and upgrades their  HydraGEN™ assembly plant on August 4, 2020

In a July 30, 2020 dynaCERT announced that their assembly line had been retrofitted with a new semi-automated assembly system, “to provide improved high standards instate-of-the-art technical specifications” able to maintain a capacity of 100 units per day or 2000 units per month with a single 8-hour shift per day. dynaCERT said that their new capacity “is expected to be capable of tripled production of 6,000 units per month using three shifts per day.”

dynaCERT has the following global partners/dealers:

  • MOSOLF is one of the largest truck servicing companies in Europe with installations & 23 showrooms throughout Europe. They have distribution channels in Germany, France, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Poland, Czech Republic.
  • Farhi Holdings – A distributor for Brazil & Israel.
  • H2 Tek – Has a focus on mining with mining projects in: Canada, USA, Peru, Chile, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, Argentina, Russia, Mongolia, and Australia.
  • KarbonKleen was awarded the exclusive dealership rights in the trucking industry in the USA until December 31, 2024 (subject to certain quotas of a minimum of 150,000 HydraGEN Technology units over a little more than 3 years). On May 9, 2020, it was announced that KarbonKleen achieved a purchase order for 3,000 HydraGEN™ Technology units. KarbonKleen also has financing for a Mexico assembly with an MOU for 1,000,000 units.

dynaCERT’s sales and revenue now have the ability to rise rapidly boosted by added cash reserves, their upgraded production facility, and a growing sales pipeline from their large and growing network of dealers. dynaCERT now has ~40 dealers around the world selling their products to small and large truck owners, fleets, and government organisations that use diesel engines. With a billion diesel engines in the world, dynaCERT’s green emission technology is in big demand. Last week dynaCERT expressed that unlike many industries, they were well positioned for growth even in these challenging times:

“The Company has re-emerged from the global COVID-19 economic slowdown with a cleaner and stronger balance sheet, having more than adequate cash reserves, a very strong balance sheet with approximately $18,000,000 in cash and virtually no significant debt, a better Assembly Plant, an improved R&D facility, significant Product improvements and a continued backlog of previously announced purchase orders. The Sales Department of the Company continues to maintain existing dealer relationships and has added new dealers where global marketing continues to be active.”

Added to this was a note that the Company’s products can now be offered to numerous markets in Dubai and other parts of the UAE and the Middle East.

Strong growth in dynaCERT’s revenue

Source: Yahoo Finance

Closing remarks

dynaCERT is making all the right moves in leveraging the increasing demand to reduce diesel emissions and to improve fuel economy. The Company is rapidly growing their distribution networks and achieving impressive sales, increasing revenues, successfully raising over C$8m in an oversubscribed/overnight equity raise, recently upgraded by two stock exchanges, and have upgraded their assembly plant to meet demand (full capacity is now a potential 6,000 units/month). Even legendary mining investor Eric Sprott is onboard and owns a 8.66% share of the Company.

The trend is becoming very clear that dynaCERT is on track to become a much larger company as the demand for their emissions reducing technology is enormous. As economies of scale kick in so should profits. For investors, dynaCERT is still looking reasonably priced assuming the forecast future revenues are achieved.

dynaCERT’s revenues begin to ramp up exponentially as a global solution provider for pollution reduction

COVID-19 has shown us what a world without air pollution can be like. As economies reopen and pollution returns, governments and individuals will be demanding greater emissions reductions. China and Europe are already leading the way in 2020 with policies to reduce emissions.

The COVID-19 lockdown resulted in a massive drop in air pollution across China and globally


If you are new to dynaCERT Inc. (TSXV: DYA | OTCQB: DYFSF), dynaCERT manufactures, distributes, and installs Carbon Emission Reduction Technology (CERT) for use with diesel engines. Their flagship product is HydraGEN™, which is an electrolysis unit that produces H2 and O2 gases which act to optimize the burn, resulting in an up to 19% increase in fuel economy and a +50% reduction in emissions.

dynaCERT’s HydraGEN reduces fuel consumption and drastically reduces emissions:

How dynaCERT’s HydraGEN works to reduce fuel consumption and emissions:


dynaCERT have already spent $60 million developing the technology to date, including 16 years of R&D to commercialization. They have worldwide patented technology with a unique electrolysis reactor, unique processes, unique electronic control unit, and a unique encrypted data management. They have achieved certification in several global jurisdictions, and have a first mover advantage.

With an enormous global market to address, which includes around one billion diesel engines —  dynaCERT has already made inroads into the initial markets shown below.


dynaCERT has the following global partners/dealers:

  • Mosolf – Has installations & 23 showrooms throughout Europe. Distribution channels in Germany, France, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Poland, Czech Republic.
  • Farhi Holdings – Distributor for Brazil & Israel.
  • H2 Tek – 43 active mining conversations, 15 trial negotiations, 6 trials. Mining projects in: Canada, USA, Peru, Chile, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, Argentina, Russia, Mongolia, and Australia.
  • KarbonKleen – Financing for Mexico assembly with an MOU for 1,000,000 units. KarbonKleen was recently awarded the exclusive dealership rights in the trucking industry in the USA until December 31, 2024 (subject to certain quotas of a minimum of 150,000 HydraGEN Technology units over a little more than 3 years).

Brian Semkiw, KarbonKleen’s Chairman & CEO, stated: “In the past few months, some of the largest fleets in North America have been piloting HydraGEN Technology. These fleets have been experiencing the benefits of the reduced emissions, increased performance and fuel savings across all users and we expect a vibrant expansion of the pilot programmes to full fleet deployment with the subsiding of the Coronavirus pandemic. This investment by DISH and our partnership with Velociti will enable us to meet the anticipated demand with the delivery and maintenance professionalism that large fleets demand.”

Ranked #1 Company across all sectors on the 2020 TSX Venture 50 in February, dynaCERT recently announced (May 14) that they had received conditional approval to graduate to the Toronto Stock Exchange. This is a significant milestone and a plus for the company and its investors as it now allows greater exposure for potential future buyers including institutional investors.

Jean-Pierre Colin, Executive Vice President of dynaCERT, stated: “Graduating to the TSX represents a significant milestone in our efforts to broaden our appeal to a larger shareholder base, including institutional investors, and raise the Company’s profile among the investment community. We expect this graduation to further enhance the liquidity of our stock and enable us to continue building long-term shareholder value.”

As dynaCERT’s revenues are set to grow exponentially from just C$1 million in 2019 to a forecast C$62 million in 2020, and C$224 million in 2021 — dynaCERT is now at a stage of monetizing their many years of R&D.


With a growing customer base and global partners/dealers dynaCERT should now see a constant ramp up in product orders starting now. The KarbonKleen Mexico MOU for 1 million units and US trucking dealership (150,000 minimum units), the Mosolf European dealership, combined with Farhi Holdings and H2 Tek give a broad and growing global reach to sell dynaCERT’s products, thereby fast tracking sales.

After a rapid rise in 2019, dynaCERT’s stock price has pulled back recently due to the COVID-19 sell off thereby allowing investors who may have missed earlier opportunities a chance to enter at an attractive valuation. The market cap is still only C$145 million, with an analyst’s consensus target price of C$2.00, representing 208% upside, investor Eric Sprott “jumped onboard” as an investor earlier this year.