dynaCERT price surges 100% over the past ~2 months as Eric Sprott jumps onboard

dynaCERT Inc.‘s (TSXV: DYA | OTCQB: DYFSF) stock price is surging. Since I last wrote on them back on November 15, 2019, the stock price has surged higher by 100% (from C$0.48 to C$0.96). You can read that article here. In this article, I take a look at some of the reasons for the price surge and can it keep going.

dynaCERT’s flagship product ‘HydraGEN™’ reduces fuel use by up to 20% and carbon emissions by over 50%. Transportation that uses diesel urgently needs ‘HydraGEN™’ to reduce emissions as China and Europe tightened emission standards from January 1, 2020.

dynaCERT (TSXV: DYA) stock price surging higher

Why has dynaCERT stock surged by 100% over the past 2 months

There are several reasons for the stock price surge.

1. On November 28 it was announced that an entity controlled by Eric Sprott became a ‘significant new shareholder’. Effectively the Sprott entity bought 28,000,000 units at $0.50 per unit ($14,000,000). Each Unit consists of one (1) common share (a “Share”) and one-half (1/2) of one common share purchase warrant (exercisable at $0.65), on or before November 26, 2021.

Mr. Eric Sprott stated:

“dynaCERT presents an unusual once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to participate at the commercial stage of what is a proven and compelling transformative technology to reduce carbon emissions in diesel engines, globally. I support the successful international mission of dynaCERT and I see this new investment as a means to participate in the important world-wide demand for Carbon Credits resulting from socially-conscious users of mining equipment, trucking, transportation and power generation.”

2. DynaCERT announced a Strategic Investment by Mosolf in Europe. Mosolf SE & CO. AG  (“MOSOLF”), a significant European dealer of dynaCERT is making a strong and strategic financial commitment to the Company with the expansion of dealer operations across Germany and neighboring European countries. As well, Dr. Joerg Mosolf, President and Chief Executive Officer of MOSOLF, has made an additional personal equity investment of $1 million. Dr. Joerg Mosolf advises that MOSOLF has already hired twenty-three (23) new employees dedicated 100% full-time to the marketing, sales and installations of dynaCERT’s HydraGEN™ Technology in Germany, France, Benelux and Poland.

3. On January 1, 2020 the new European tougher emissions standards commenced. Added to this is China’s ramping up of their NEV credit scheme in 2020. From January 1, 2020, car manufacturers in both Europe and China need to significantly reduce emissions or face huge fines. One report estimates these fines could reach 34 billion euros (~US$37.5 billion) just in Europe if car manufacturers don’t rapidly reduce emissions.

Clearly all these events combined to send the stock price 100% higher the past 2 months. My closing comment back in the November article was:

“2020 will be a remarkable year for dynaCERT as Europe, China and others make significant moves to reduce vehicle emissions. The past week of new orders and deals should be just a warm up for 2020.”

dynaCERT – ‘Driving for a better future’

What’s next for dynaCERT?

The MOSOLF dealership should boost European orders. MOSOLF is one of the largest truck servicing companies in Europe. MOSOLF has agreed to purchase one thousand HydraGEN units in 2020. Targeting Europe in 2020 is a great move, and perhaps China will be next.

dynaCERT has ~40 dealers around the world selling their products to small and large truck owners, fleets, and government organizations that use diesel engines. With a billion diesel engines in the world, and 100 million new diesel engines built worldwide every year; dynaCERT’s green emission technology is in big demand.

dynaCERT’s target markets

There is no doubt the 2020s will bring huge business for innovative companies such as dynaCERT given the global push towards greener energy and less harmful emissions. dynaCERT has already expanded into the large key markets such as Canada, USA, South America, Europe, South Asia, and the Middle East. 2020 should see further orders and global expansion as more and more countries seek to reduce emissions.

dynaCERT now has a market cap of C$323 million, so given the enormous market opportunity, there is still potential for plenty more upside. The latest analysts estimate target price is C$2.00, representing 108% upside.