Winning global attention for improving fuel efficiency and lowering emissions for diesel engines
Whether it’s the green house effect or our desire to breath clean air, many companies and governments are now turning their attention towards a greener planet with better and cleaner solutions in their approach to manufacturing and transport. This means any new technology that can reduce harmful emissions should have a bright future.
dynaCERT Inc. (TSXV: DYA | OTCQB: DYFSF) is a Canadian company with a global solution to help reduce pollution. Developing the next generation of Carbon Emission Reduction Technology (CERT), for diesel engines that will also provide significant fuel savings to the operator.
dynaCERT’s HydraGEN™ (HG) Technology uses simple electrolysis to turn distilled water into hydrogen (H2) and oxygen (O2) gases that are produced on demand. The HydraGEN™ is an advanced intelligent onboard electrolysis system, which produces and supplies hydrogen and oxygen on-demand to the air intake of diesel combustion engines for improving fuel efficiency and lowering emissions.
In late 2018 dynaCERT announced the results of official European TUV testing of its HG units, verifying emission reduction in NOx of ~55%+, CO of 50%, and particulate matter of 75%, all while saving fuel. TUV is facilitated by the Federal Motor Transport Authority in the EU, nothing can be installed on a vehicle without its ABE certification. Below are PIT Group’s third party results showing amazing emission reductions.
So impressive is the HydraGEN™ technology, the Company was awarded the Gold Medal of the prestigious 2018 Edison Award for best new product. This is getting them noticed as they have received a Letter of Intent from Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation for the order for two HG units, and upon demonstration, an initial bulk order of 1,000 HydraGEN™ units to be installed on buses and service trucks with potential to service 5,000 buses in Rajasthan’s fleet. The Uttarakhand Transport Corporation also of India has placed similar orders.
The Indian bus market potential is enormous with the total number of buses in India exceeding 500,000 diesel-powered vehicles.
Robert Maier, dynaCERT COO and Chief Engineer stated: “Over the past 18 months we have worked hard with local partners and the Canadian High Commission office in New Delhi to bring our proven HydraGEN™ Technology to the Indian market.”
Carinthia Province is partnering with dynaCERT
By 2050 greenhouse gas emissions in Europe are to be reduced by 80 to 95 percent compared to 1990 levels. To reach these ambitious goals the Austrian province of Carinthia is partnering with dynaCERT in a large-scale pilot project. Once the pilot demonstrates successful emission reductions, the province of Carinthia will equip all state-owned diesel-powered vehicles with HydraGEN™ Technology. The neighboring German City of Hannover and its Mayor are also interested in learning the environmental impact and economical advantages on how this award winning technology works.
The Company has also announced that it has initiated the world-wide process of Carbon Credit applications for its HydraGEN™ Technology and engaged International Environmental Partners Limited of the UK to assist the Company in this regard.
Worldwide most countries are seeking cost effective and sustainable emissions solutions, with many global laws and regulations requiring companies to reduce emissions. These companies will be looking at the likes of dynaCERT’s award winning HydraGEN™ (HG) Technology to help meet targets to reduce emissions. dynaCERT is rapidly gaining attention and sales worldwide and looks like continuing to grow as the globe looks to reduce green house gases.
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